|Details||1 hr 15 minutes into the film|
A group of film students travel to Maryland to make a documentary about an urban legend, the Blair Witch. They go for a hike in the forest and never come back. After a year their footage is found and made into a movie. In this monologue, Heather, one of the student filmmakers that disappeared, is looking at the camera knowing that she is going to die. She cries and apologizes for involving her friends in this project.
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|HEATHER: "I just want to apologize to Mike's mom and Josh's mom and my mom and I'm sorry to everyone... I was very naive. (looks away from camera, scared) I was very naive and very stupid and I shouldn't have put other people in danger for something that was all about me and my selfish motives... I'm so sorry for everything that has happened because in spite of what Mike says now it is my fault. Because it was my project and I insisted on everything. I insisted we weren't lost. I insisted we keep going. I insisted we walk south. Everything had to be my way and this is where we've ended up. And it's all because of me we're here now hungry and cold and hunted. I love you mom and dad. I am so sorry. It was never my intention to hurt any one and I hope that's clear. (begins to hyperventilate) I am so scared. What was that? I'm scared to close my eyes and I'm scared to open them. I'm going to die out here. Every night we just wait for them to come. (Sobs)|