Saw now also ensured that the police were involved in the film production. Concerned neighbors thought a person was being tortured and called law enforcement.
Saw X: Concerned neighbors call the police
A person involved in the production of Saw Specifically, it is First Assistant Editor Steve Forn, who is responsible for editing the film. He was probably so engrossed in his work that he forgot to turn down the volume when editing a certain scene.
The scene in question can already be seen in the posters and trailers for Saw X: A man tries to free himself from a kind of vacuum trap for eyes. The scene in question is said to be so disturbing that the editor’s neighbors thought someone was being tortured in his apartment.
“There was a knock on the door,” explains Greutert. “We have the video of the doorbell [der Kamera]where the police come up and they say: ‘The neighbors called and said that someone was being tortured to death here.’ And then he said, ‘Actually, I’m working on a film right now. You’re welcome to come and see it if you’d like?’ The police officers started laughing and just said: ‘We’d like to, but everything seems to be fine here.'”
Cinema release, trailer and further information
For the makers of Saw In any case, director Greutert already has a lot of experience with the Saw series, as he was responsible for editing seven of the ten films himself. You can watch the trailer with the scene that prompted the police operation here:
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