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This article is about the 2004 horror film, Saw. For series information, see the article: Saw (film series).
Saw film poster
Directed by James Wan
Produced by Gregg Hoffman
Written by James Wan
Starring Cary Elwes
Music by Charlie Clouser
Front Line Assembly
Cinematography David A. Armstrong
Editing by Kevin Greutert
Distributed by Lions Gate Entertainment
Release date(s) October 29, 2004
Running time 102 min.
Country United States
Budget $1,200,000 (estimated)
Followed by Saw II
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Saw is a 2004 horror film, and the first installment of the Saw film series. It was directed by James Wan and co-written by Wan and Leigh Whannell. The movie took only 18 days to film and was filmed along side James Wan, Marcos Zarvous and Gregg Hoffman. It was first shown at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2004 and saw an international release later that year on October 29. The film is #3 on Bravo's Even Scarier Movie Moments. The film spawned into several sequels, Saw II and Saw III, which were released on October 28, 2005 and October 27, 2006 respectively. See also: Saw IV , Saw V (2009) & "Saw VI" (2010).
The film is focused on two men who find themselves trapped in a disused bathroom with instructions to kill each other, or be killed in turn. The two characters attempt to escape the trap, while police seek the man who trapped them in their predicament, the "Jigsaw Killer", and his other victims.
The film was originally rated NC-17 for strong graphic violence. This version is available as Saw: Uncut Edition, a DVD special edition of Saw released around the same time that Saw II was released theatrically. The difference between the R rated and the unrated version is minimal.
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Adam Faulkner (Leigh Whannell) awakens to find himself chained in a large, industrial washroom, along with Dr. Lawrence Gordon. (Cary Elwes).The film begins with photographer Adam Faulkner (Leigh Whannell) waking up in a bathtub filled with water. In his instinctive flailing, his foot catches and removes its plug; as the water drains a glowing blue object can be briefly seen to be washed away with it. After a few cries for help it is revealed that he is not, in fact, alone. Surgeon Dr. Lawrence Gordon (Cary Elwes) is on the other side of the same room, and soon finds the switch to turn on the lights.
snaps his in frustration. Dr. Gordon realizes that the saws are meant instead for their own feet.
The film then presents flashbacks of their captor's previous victims: Paul and Mark. Both men failed to escape, and hence had pieces of skin cut from them in the shape of a Jigsaw piece; thus the genesis for referring to him as the 'Jigsaw Killer.' Back in the bathroom, Dr. Gordon comments that this is a misnomer, as he never directly murders his victims nor places them in situations where death is unavoidable. A while later we are shown the plight of Jigsaw's only known survivor, a highly traumatized heroin addict named Amanda Young (Shawnee Smith), who believes that her experience in the test has made her a better person in the end.
After a brief sequence where Adam and Dr. Gordon discover a hidden camera, another flashback sequence shows Gordon's last moments with his family, and their subsequent abduction. Another flashback shows an attempt by detectives Tapp (Danny Glover) and Sing (Ken Leung) illegally breaking and entering into what turns out to be (one of) Jigsaw's lairs. The two discover a man tied to a chair with two drills mounted on each side. Before the Detectives can secure Jigsaw's arrest, he starts the drills. While Tapp subdues Jigsaw, Sing attempts to save Jeff. Though Jigsaw helpfully points out a box that contains the key to release Jeff, the box in question is seemingly endlessly filled with keys; Sing shoots the drills instead, but the gunshots distract Tapp long enough for Jigsaw to escape, permanently scarring Tapp's throat in the process. While Tapp recovers from his deep knife wound, Sing pursues Jigsaw and is killed by multiple shotguns set on a tripwire.