用雪貂獵取, 把(獵物等) 逐出
1. a domesticated, usually red-eyed, and albinic variety of the polecat (雞貂,臭鼬), used in Europe for driving rabbits and rats from their burrows. (兔,狐等的)洞穴
2. black-footed ferret.
–verb (used with object)
3. to drive out by using or as if using a ferret (often fol. by out): to ferret [rabbits] from their burrows; to ferret [out] enemies.
4. to hunt with ferrets.
5. to hunt over with ferrets: to ferret a field.
6. to search out, discover,
bring to light (often fol. by out): to ferret [out] the [facts].
7. to harry, worry, or torment: His [problems] ferreted him day and night.
–verb (used without object)
8. to search about.
Skolimowski [quit] the profession in 1991 following the debacle of "Ferdyduke," though the [rot] had been gradually setting into his career after the 1982 Jeremy Irons starrer "Moonlighting," shot in London. [Keen] to rediscover creative control, he's spent the past 17 years devoted to painting and poetry, before finding the right conditions to return to movies.
Inspired by a true story he read by chance in a newspaper, "Anna" [centers] [on] the obsessive love of a painfully shy, middle-aged crematorium worker for a nurse in the [attached] hospital of a small rural town. Opening reel is an attention grabber, as Leon Okrasa (Artur Steranko) is seen lurking in the rundown streets, buying an axe at a local store and ferreting [around] in a dingy basement where he incinerates a man's hand.
At this stage, nothing is known about the main character, who's almost being set up as a wacko serial killer. Michal Lorenc's [chamber] score, which is a big assist throughout the movie either in maintaining momentum or in building atmosphere, likewise prepares the viewer for a dark murder drama. Unexplained flashbacks, with an off-screen voice interrogating Leon and abstract images like a dead cow floating down a river, also [stir] curiosity.
bestiality menagerie gargoyle porcupine
reverted to the wild state, from domestication. a [pack] of feral [dogs] roaming the woods.
circular metal ring or casing placed over the wooden tip of an umbrella or cane
wooden ruler use to punish schoolchildren, figuratively, discipline
fumble bumble bungle botch
I had to grope [around] in [the darkness] before I found the light switch.
from the [earnest] strivings of the musical score to the [beery] gropings of the Germans