I just got round to watching this film (and really enjoyed it) but I was struck how the distinctive 'freeze-frame/blur' technique seen in the trailer wasn't used at all in the movie (not that I noticed, anyhow). I don't ever remember seeing a trailer make this sort of directorial decision before. It was actually one of the things that made me want to see it - I'd never seen that sort of thing used before and thought it might make the film visually powerful. (Having seen the movie I don't think it would have added anything, though.) What do other people think/know about this?