Framing the Dialogue

Posts Tagged ‘separted at birth’

Separated At Birth – Saw Puppet/Cher

Saw Puppet:  The Saw Puppet, unofficially referred to as “billy” by handlers is the plastic face of the Jigsaw Killer in the popular Saw movies.  Billy has been famous for putting victims in sadistic traps and making them face life-and-death decisions.  A typical trap may be to chain the victim with a knife nearby with the only way to escape being to saw their arm off.  Billy is often used to describe the gory details to the trapped victims and causing many nightmares.

Separated At Birth – Leonidas/Emanuel

Leonidas was a former King of the warrior nation of Sparta.  Even if you are not a history buff, you have probably heard of the movie The 300 where Leonidas and his men fought to the last man.  The Spartans lead a very severe lifestyle in order to become great warriors.  Weak or infirm babies were abandoned to die as they were felt to be inferior and not valued by the society.  Spartan culture was all about the good of the society and men were taught to either return victorious (with their shields) or dead (upon their shields).