If it were me in that sarcophagus I wouldn’t be so calm as Vivian. I’d be in sheer panic, freaking out. I would be screaming and wailing, pounding, in hopes someone might hear. And I’d be working on the built-in tv monitor – I should think you’d be able to break that.
that nobody can hear her. Remember, she tested it out with Gus. Besides, panic would be the worst thing to do. And what good would breaking the monitor do? She’d just lose contact with Brady then. I’d think some link to the outside would be better than nothing.
I’m not particularly claustrophobic but I think being in there could definitely send me over the edge. I get a little nervous when I have an MRI.
heard or seen in there – the whole purpose of putting Maggie in there! What is it they say about ‘pay back?’ lol. As to the monitor, that’s all she can look at and if she breaks it, she’s in the dark. As to the potty stuff – I don’t want to think about that! The methane gas (isn’t that what develops?) would or should kill her anyway!
that Brady would get drunk enough to pass out on the bed, and Victor or Henderson (or someone who cares) would find him, remote in hand, and explore the situation only to find they were just in time for … YIKES … The Vivian Alamain Show.
For me, the coffin scenes were extremely hard to watch. In fact, as entertaining as Brady was, I had to fast forward through his and Vivian’s scenes because the thought of being in that coffin thoroughly freaked me out!
I’m not sure how much room Louise S had in there. Reckon it depends on how they shot the scenes, but I give her a ton of credit for the job she did. I am extremely claustrophobic and no way could I have done it.