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Oh, The Blair Witch Project (1999); be still, my teenage heart. Broadly‘s interview of the cast, “They Wished I Was Dead’: How ‘The Blair Witch Project’ Still Haunts Its Cast,” stood apart for me from other interviews gearing up for Blair Witch (2016) because of the attention to Heather Donahue’s discussion about being a woman in film, being conflated with her character, and the famous and oft-parodied apology scene at the end of the film.

Image: Heather Donahue wearing a beanie, crying, speaking into a camera with the focus on her right eye. Via Broadly.

Image: Heather Donahue wearing a beanie, crying, speaking into a camera with the focus on her right eye. Via Broadly.

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