Trivia: Similar to the previous two films, the writers crafted "Saw VI" to contain subtle parallels and similarities to the original trilogy - in this case most notably "Saw III." These include: -Both films involve the rebellion of Jigsaw's apprentice who has started to become violent/controlling and drift from his methodology. (Amanda/Hoffman) -Both films include a key sequence involving a letter to Amanda. (Amanda discovers the letter in "Saw III", "Saw VI" finally reveals its contents) -Both films involve two separate games going on at the same time involving different people that are revealed to be family in the climax. (In "Saw III", a twist reveals that Jeff and Lynn are husband and wife / In "Saw VI", you discover that William and the imprisoned reporter are siblings during the final act.) -Both films contain a theme of revenge. (Jeff in "Saw III" wanting revenge for his son's accidental death / The family of the man who died due to being refused coverage for a life-saving treatment want revenge on William) -The theme of revenge is acted upon in the final moments of the film. (Jeff kills Jigsaw / The son of the dead man kills William) -Both end with Jigsaw's apprentice being killed/nearly killed. (Amanda dies / Hoffman is severely wounded).
Jigsaw: Hello, William. Before you are six of your most valuable associates. The ones who find errors in policies. Their findings result in over two-thirds of all applications denied or prematurely terminated. Healthcare decisions should be made by doctors and their patients, not the insurance company. Six ride the carousel, but only two can get off. The decision of which two survive falls upon you. To offer the two reprise, you'll offer a sacrifice of your own. Two can live, four will die.
Question: In the beginning scene where the two participants had to cut flesh in order to survive, what was to stop them simply putting other stuff on the scales instead of flesh, such as the heavy tools and knives and escaping that way?
Question: Here's an interesting thought; Debbie was provided with a small power saw and told that to prevent a pipe piercing her skull, she would have to get a key, which is revealed to be in William's side. What was to stop her from simply using the saw to cut off the spear on her chest? Couldn't she have cut it off her chest, and had the harness taken off later?Eyexpress333
Question: What would happen if William would stand on the other side of the cage? Then needles wouldn't stuck into him. Needles would hit the cage and start sprinkle acid in direction of mother and son, most likely hurting them. We learn from previous movies that Jigsaw planned his traps very carefully ,so he wouldn't allow that mother and son would hurt in any case.Feather
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