Birds navigate by the stars and undertake voyages as a yearly pilgrimage which would unnerve all but the stoutest of human hearts.
unnerve the viewer.
unnerve the audience.
To explain any more would be a crime - the film relies on the fear of the unknown to unnerve the viewer.
What makes it worth while is what it does with those stock elements and that is to unnerve the audience.
unnerve it a bit unnerving that doctors call what they do " practice "?
unnerve quite unnerving to watch fifteen journalists scribbling down your every word as tho it were a pronouncement from on high.
unnerve is, admittedly, something both admirably and unnerving in the stance taken by both Blair and Kamm in relation to Iraq.
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