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Jigsaw Besetzung

Für den achten Teil der "Saw"-Reihe schlüpft Tobin Bell erneut in die legendäre Rolle des Mörders John Kramer alias Jigsaw. Im. Der Schauspieler Tobin Bell würde sich wohlfühlen, wenn jemand anderes Jigsaw spielen würde. Der jährige Schauspieler hat den sadistischen John Kramer/Jigsaw in acht Filmen der 'Saw'-Franchise gespielt. Allerdings würde er gerne.

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Der Schauspieler Tobin Bell würde sich wohlfühlen, wenn jemand anderes Jigsaw spielen würde. Vom Cast der früheren Filme bleibt vermutlich nur SAW-Urgestein Tobin Bell (​aka Jigsaw) über, auch wenn dies von offizieller Seite bislang nicht. John Kramer ist ein fiktiver Serienmörder und die zentrale Figur der Saw-​Filmreihe. Aufgrund der notorischen Angewohnheit, den Opfern seiner.

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Only at the end of the film is it revealed that the Jigsaw Killer is a terminal cancer patient of Lawrence's named John Kramer, who spent the entire time posing as a corpse on the floor of the bathroom Adam and Lawrence were trapped in.

Much of John's backstory was revealed in Saw II. He had gone in for a routine medical examination when he learned from Lawrence that he was dying of colon cancer with an inoperable brain tumor.

Depressed by this news, John drove himself off a cliff. He survived the suicide attempt, and subsequently began his life's "work" of testing others' will to live.

Though he never encouraged the name, John eventually earned the nickname The Jigsaw Killer. In spite of the intentions he had while conducting his work, he did not consider himself to be a "killer" or "murderer" because rather than killing his victims outright, he trapped them in situations from which they could escape by inflicting severe physical torture upon themselves or by killing other victims.

Also, despite the immense brutality of his games, John took no pleasure in the suffering of his victims, but thought that it was necessary to remind them to be grateful for the gift of life.

In Saw II , John leaves a clue to his location at the scene of a game. When the police apprehend him, John places Detective Eric Matthews in a test of his own, revealing Eric's son Daniel is trapped in a house filled with a deadly nerve gas , along with several people who, although far from innocent, had previously been framed by Eric for crimes they did not commit.

Jigsaw offers to let his son survive if the detective simply talks to him for two hours until the game is complete. Eric eventually loses patience, and after assaulting John, Eric forces him to lead him to the house at gunpoint.

It is later revealed that the events in the house took place before they found John, and his son was locked in a safe the whole time. Upon their arrival, Jigsaw is rescued by Amanda Young previously introduced in Saw , who, having survived her trap, sees John not only as a savior , but as a mentor and father figure.

By Saw III , John is on his death bed and extremely concerned over whether or not Amanda has what it takes to continue his legacy, as the traps she designs are inescapable.

In his desperation, Jigsaw administers a final test to her, in order to see if she was truly capable of carrying on his legacy.

Meanwhile, Dr. Lynn Denlon is forced to keep John alive, while her vengeful husband, Jeff , undergoes tests of forgiveness.

John attempts to keep Amanda from failing her test, however, after breaking down, she admits that she no longer believes in Jigsaw's philosophy, and shoots Dr.

Witnessing this, Jeff kills Amanda by shooting her in the neck. After explaining that this is Jeff's final test of forgiveness, Jeff slices John's throat with a power saw.

As he dies, Jigsaw pulls out a tape player, explaining that he has abducted Corbett, Jeff's daughter, and if he wants to get her back he will have to participate in another game.

Saw IV opens with John's autopsy, during which a wax-coated tape is found in his stomach. The tape revealed to Detective Mark Hoffman that he would not go untested.

The end of the film reveals that Hoffman is in fact another one of Jigsaw's accomplices. From the story given in Saw IV , John was a successful civil engineer who got into property development , and was a devoted husband to his wife Jill Tuck who ran a recovery clinic for drug users, with the motto "Cherish Your Life".

After the reckless actions of a patient named Cecil Adams resulted in the loss of John's unborn child, John became detached and angry, which eventually led to their divorce.

After being diagnosed with cancer and attempting suicide, as seen in Saw II , John began his work, and abducted Cecil as his first test subject, while wearing the first version of his iconic pig mask.

John reappears in flashbacks in Saw V which detail his first encounter with Mark Hoffman, and explores their relationship; Hoffman initially killed his sister's murderer with an inescapable trap mimicking Jigsaw's.

Furious, John blackmailed Hoffman into becoming his apprentice as a way of redemption, although Hoffman eventually became a willing apprentice.

John also appears in a video will in which he declares his love for Jill, and leaves her a mysterious box. John also appears through flashbacks in Saw VI.

One flashback set prior to the events of the first film shows that it was Amanda Young who convinced Cecil to steal drugs from Jill's clinic, inadvertently causing her miscarriage, and John's transformation into The Jigsaw Killer.

More flashbacks set prior to the events of the first film reveal that John targeted health insurance executive William Easton for one of his games, because he had denied two-thirds of all applicants health coverage, due to a flawed policy, including John himself.

In the present time of Saw VI , John shows himself on video twice to Easton instead of the Billy Puppet the method John usually used to speak to his subjects , so Easton could look in the eyes of someone he let die, as he underwent tests in which he was forced to decide which of his co-workers would live or die.

In another flashback, this time set between the events of the first and second film, John presents Amanda to Jill as proof that his "rehabilitation" works.

A flashback set just before the events of the third and fourth films explores the group dynamic between John, Amanda Young, and Mark Hoffman.

John criticizes Hoffman for his brutal approach, and lack of compassion for the subjects. It was also shown that John seemed to have had a closer emotional attachment to Amanda Young than Hoffman.

Shortly afterward, John gave his ex-wife a key, which she later used to open the box he gave her in Saw V. In the present, it is revealed that the box contained six envelopes containing future test subjects, a thicker envelope, and an updated version of the "Reverse Bear Trap".

She gave Hoffman envelopes 1 to 5, but hid everything else and later delivered the thick envelope to an unknown person at the hospital. Envelope 6 was intended for Jill to carry out alone, and as per John's instructions she placed Hoffman in the "Reverse Bear Trap"; fulfilling the promise made, via the audio tape discovered in John's stomach during his autopsy in Saw IV that Hoffman would not go untested.

Bell reprises his role as John in Saw 3D. He is seen in a flashback meeting Bobby Dagen, a man who acquired quick fame and fortune after falsifying a story about surviving a Jigsaw trap.

Hoffman later makes Bobby go through a series of tests in which he comes face-to-face with those who knew he lied except his wife , but refused to expose his secret; all are killed in separate traps despite his efforts to save them.

John appears at the end of the film, where it was revealed that after Lawrence escaped the bathroom, John found him unconscious, and nursed him back to health.

John subsequently recruited Lawrence, considering him to be his greatest asset. He assisted John in many of his traps since then. The contents of the package Jill left at the hospital in Saw VI was shown to be a video tape intended for Lawrence, in which John instructs him to watch over Jill, and to act on John's behalf if anything was to happen to her.

It is implied that John knew Hoffman would go rogue and stray from his ideals and wanted him to be punished. After Jill is killed by Hoffman, Lawrence fulfills his request by assaulting Hoffman and sealing him in the bathroom from the first film.

In Jigsaw , recordings of the character's voice are heard as descriptions of the tests that five victims must face in an abandoned barn.

He appears in person during the final test, confronting its two participants with the truth of their past misdeeds. After loading a double-barreled shotgun with one shell that he describes as "your key to freedom", he leaves the room.

It is later revealed that this test took place ten years ago, and that Jigsaw chose one of the five victims to become his first apprentice; the victim was the doctor who accidentally misdiagnosed John's cancer until it was too late to be treated, but when he missed a chance to escape the first trap because he was unconscious, John decided that the man did not deserve to die because of an "honest mistake", and recruited him to be his first apprentice.

The character of John Kramer is also featured in the non-canon comic book Saw: Rebirth , which is set prior to the events of the first film.

It filled in some of his history, showing him as a toy designer at Standard Engineering Ltd. Saw: Rebirth also reveals John's discovery that he had terminal cancer and outlined how his subsequent suicide attempt impacted his train of thought.

His relationships with Dr. Rebirth 's continuity was ultimately contradicted by the backstory presented in Saw IV. Tobin Bell reprises his role as the voice of Jigsaw in the Saw video game.

He is shown on television screens dressed in his signature robes setting up traps for people and preaching his lesson of life appreciation to them.

He frequently advises and taunts Detective Tapp as he traverses through an abandoned insane asylum, usually by way of the Billy puppet.

Tobin Bell also sold his likeness for the Jigsaw Killer, who actually appears in the game. Jigsaw tests Detective Tapp's estranged son Michael, who is wanting to get to the bottom of his father's death.

Jigsaw personally taunts Michael throughout the game, always being out of reach. Via case files, it is also revealed that he built nearly half of the city explaining his numerous hideouts in the series.

He appears to seek the destruction of the drug cartel run by corrupt cops. In the ending, he faces either Michael tempting him into becoming another apprentice or Campbell offering him freedom but forced to lure him into a lethal trap when he tries to attack him.

The producers of the Saw films have fought to differentiate the Jigsaw Killer from other horror film killers.

He's not even Hannibal Lecter. He's a person with extreme beliefs and he really thinks he's making a difference. He's a vigilante if anything.

He thinks he's making a difference. I think he's a very good judge of character, so his sense that, for example, that Detective Matthews was going to play right into his trap, which he did, was right on.

Now, it seems to me that he's always got a second plan in place. And there's probably been a number of second plans.

I mean, we've only seen three movies. Maybe there are six more somewhere where he failed, where something didn't play out".

He doesn't view himself as some kind of diabolical psychotic. You know there's a little bit of evil in everyone. It just gets carried further. Most of us have some sort of moral fiber that restricts that.

Some framework. And then others because of their lives and what happens to them, the thing develops in some other way. Bousman mentioned that Saw III was intended to contain a scene in which Jigsaw showed remorse for his actions after seeing the results of his legacy:.

Imagine your entire life's work. You're on your deathbed. You know there's nothing else you can do and here's how you'll be remembered: as a killer, as a murderer.

Not as someone who helped people. Not as someone who changed lives. Someone who took away lives. The one thing he didn't want to be and, as he's on his deathbed, he's realizing this.

As a result of his cancer and suicide attempt, John decided to dedicate the rest of his life to teaching people to appreciate their own lives.

The producers of Saw III and director Darren Lynn Bousman see Jigsaw, [6] not as a serial killer, but a "scientist" who is determined to initiate the survival instinct in his "subjects", believing that humanity no longer uses its instinct of survival.

While the character's discovery that he has cancer is acknowledged to be the "final straw" that drove him to his actions, Bell has stated in an interview that "His terminal cancer is one of the elements of his life but he's as angry over the fact the world is going to hell in handbasket because it's no longer the survival of the fittest; it's the survival of the mediocre.

That drives him as much as anything else. He doesn't just talk about his frustrations, he does something about them, and he puts himself on the line.

His cancer was about one element in about elements that caused him to create the world that he's created.

Jigsaw is depicted in the Saw films as being extremely cunning and intelligent. In Saw: Rebirth , he is depicted doing extensive study in multiple fields to gain knowledge for designing his tests, and recurring director Bousman himself has described Jigsaw as being "extremely educated" in an interview.

In the series, John usually builds deadly traps for his subjects, which are often a symbolic representation of what Jigsaw perceives as a flaw in the person's life.

John calls these tests "games", and tells the person the "rules" of the game usually by microcasette or video tape. The rules are tasks that the person must perform in order to pass the test and survive; however, the tasks often involve extreme self-mutilation although there have been occasions where it is possible for the subject not to harm themself if they are bright enough, such as the "Razor Box Trap" in Saw II.

Most of the traps are made of scavenged materials, rusty bolts, decaying iron, or anything else he thinks will help him create a new "game". However, not all of the traps require self-mutilation, as one trap actually required a man Jeff to burn his deceased son's toys to get the key to save the second victim which was psychological torture and therefore forced him to burn the memory of his son to save the victim.

Many of the games involve clocks, counting down timers or other measured time constraints provided to the victims. Jigsaw elaborated in Saw II his appreciation of "time", outlining the importance of savoring every moment.

He also stated his belief that telling someone the time in which they may die would awaken an alertness for every moment of existence.

Huntley described the intention behind John's actions, and evaluated the extent to which they can be analyzed to fit into the philosophies associated with Deleuze , Darwin , and Nietzsche :.

In Deleuzian terms, it is the potential of life that is at stake It is this that gives Jigsaw's games their Deleuzian tone, the urgent revitalisation of life occasioning new experiences to be learnt and assimilated: such as the perverse, singular and aberrant situation of waking to find a man-trap secured around your neck.

There is then the instruction to live or die, to make your choice, to survive the encounter with affect, or the affection-image There is no thrill, sadistic or otherwise, in setting these games; they are throws of the die by the subjects, aleatoric opportunities As Jigsaw makes clear to Detective Matthews during their conversation in Saw II , where Jigsaw's motivation and philosophy are most comprehensively explored, "I've never murdered anyone in my life.

The decisions are up to them. The decisions, the choices, the selection of a potential, are in the hands of the subjects of his games and he only intervenes in order to keep the game within its rules so a decision can be reached.

The subjects are faced with a shocking choice that forces them to acknowledge what Deleuze identifies as the virtual — that is, the unacknowledged aspects of our experience with reality.

This, in effect, is the particular game that Jigsaw himself plays; one where the organism might be failing but the flow of desire succeeds and endures.

Jigsaw might resort to discussing Darwin's "little trip to the Galapagos Islands" to provide a theoretical underpinning for his project and echo Nietzsche in talking of the will to survive, but this merely misdirects investigators and witnesses in the same way that the gruesome traps and freely flowing gore earn him his unsettling serial killer soubriquet.

Jigsaw's games are designed to crack open the world of their respective players: the challenges are nearly always relevant to the subject's lifestyle in a symbolic or literal way, bringing them to painful self awareness, prompting a reappraisal of their squandered potential.

John intends through these traps to force his victims to prove to him that they are "worthy" and "deserving" to continue living, and also for them to learn to abandon what he perceives to be their vices.

He often expressed a desire for his victims to succeed, but stressed that their fate was always in their own hands.

The video and audio tape instructions for his games often echo this idea: "Live or die. Make your choice. Billy, a puppet, is an icon of the Jigsaw character.

John often used it for the purpose of delivering messages to his victims via a television screen, but at times it has also been physically present with the victims during their tests.

He provided the disguised voice for Billy when it delivered its messages. It is shown in Saw IV that the original puppet was created by John Kramer as an intended toy for his unborn son, who died while Cecil Adams was robbing the clinic; Cecil accidentally pushed the door into Jill, which resulted in Gideon's death.

John is shown constructing the more menacing Billy puppet in Saw III for the purpose of its inclusion in his "games". Another of Jigsaw's trademarks is his use of microcassettes to deliver instructions to his victims, disguising his voice as on the Billy videotapes.

A flashback in Saw IV reveals that he accomplished this by speaking into a reel-to-reel tape recorder, then slowing down the playback.

Often, a victim would find a microcassette recorder left for him or her with a tape already loaded in, while at other times the tape would be found separately in an envelope marked with the victim's name or the tape on its own reading "Play Me".

One tape was found in Jigsaw's stomach during his autopsy at the beginning of Saw IV , coated in wax to protect it against his digestive acids.

Both of his apprentices, Amanda Young and Mark Hoffman, eventually began making their own microcassettes, but not always altering their voices as he did.

In Saw 3D , Hoffman recorded one set of instructions on a standard-sized cassette, and another on an 8-track tape for use in a car stereo.

Huntley remarked that Jigsaw's voice recordings operated for a specific purpose as part of Jigsaw's M. Huntley stated that it allowed Jigsaw to be present there not as "a participant or even a spectator but instead as a referee, observing the rules pertinent to that particular subject rather than salaciously enjoying the 'victim's agony'.

The pig mask is a thematic prop worn by Jigsaw and his accomplices throughout the Saw film series to conceal their identities while abducting their "test subjects".

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Ryan finds the keys among the debris, hidden inside the shell and destroyed in the blast; with no way to free himself, he is left to die.

Logan and Eleanor are ambushed by Halloran at the barn. Eleanor escapes, while Halloran is drugged by an unseen assailant. Logan and Halloran awaken in collars rigged with laser cutters , and are told to confess their sins to survive.

Halloran forces Logan to go first, and he confesses to mislabeling John's X-rays years prior, causing his cancer to go undiagnosed; despite confessing, Logan is apparently killed.

Halloran then admits to allowing criminals to walk free for personal gain and his collar deactivates. Logan is revealed to still be alive, and also the man who apparently died in the first barn game, which occurred ten years prior.

Logan then reveals that he framed Halloran as the new Jigsaw killer as revenge for releasing Edgar, who killed Logan's wife, and that he recreated the barn games using other criminals that Halloran let go as victims.

Saw 3D was intended to be the final Saw film. Gordon was a bit underserved There were several ideas [we] never quite figured out.

But [I] don't want to say what they were, because you never know what might happen in the future. After the intended conclusion, Lionsgate ceased making Saw films, while waiting to hear a pitch that they thought made it worthwhile to resurrect the series.

Jigsaw was conceived when writers Josh Stolberg and Peter Goldfinger, who had spent two years pursuing the opportunity to write a Saw entry, proposed their vision.

But it's still full of gore, that's for sure. It's got a really great mystery, and there are very interesting twists". In October , production was confirmed to have commenced under the working title of Saw: Legacy.

So when we were writing this film, the title read Saw: Legacy but it was never official or 'decided'. On September 16, , Lionsgate released five posters to promote Jigsaw.

He is Everywhere. He is Everyone". The release of the posters was Lionsgate's way of reasserting the series' dominance over the Halloween season.

The Annual Blood Drive is the series' tradition, where before the release of the films in October, mobile blood stations are set up around the United States, where fans who donate blood receive a free ticket to see the respective film of that year.

As of September 25, , , pints 57, L of blood had been donated, which has led to over , lives being saved. Charlie Clouser , who provided the score for all previous entries in the Saw series, returned to score Jigsaw.

Clouser re-imagined the music of the Saw franchise, following the six-year hiatus between Saw 3D and Jigsaw. Clouser stated in , "this will be an opportunity [for me] to re-imagine how [I] approach the score, and [I] will be trying a more stark, bold, and stripped-down approach that will be more in line with the strong vision that the Spierig brothers are bringing to the table".

Some tracks from the film can also be found on Volume 2 of the Saw Anthology Collection. Jigsaw was released in the United Kingdom on October 26, , and in the United States theatrically on October 27, The site's critical consensus reads, " Jigsaw definitely won't win many converts to the Saw franchise, but for longtime fans, it should prove a respectably revolting—if rarely scary—diversion.

IGN gave the film a score of 4. The bad news is, it's still bad enough that that's the good news Variety ' s Owen Gleiberman found the film "garishly rote" saying "For 92 minutes, it more or less succeeds in sawing through your boredom, slicing and dicing with a glum explicitness that raises the occasional tingle of gross-out suspense but no longer carries any kick of true shock value.

Unfortunately, that's not saying much. The ninth installment of the Saw franchise known as Spiral is an upcoming American horror film that is the sequel to Jigsaw.

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Jigsaw's games are designed to crack open the world of their respective players: the challenges are nearly always relevant to the subject's lifestyle in a symbolic or literal way, bringing them to painful self awareness, prompting a reappraisal of their squandered potential.

John intends through these traps to force his victims to prove to him that they are "worthy" and "deserving" to continue living, and also for them to learn to abandon what he perceives to be their vices.

He often expressed a desire for his victims to succeed, but stressed that their fate was always in their own hands. The video and audio tape instructions for his games often echo this idea: "Live or die.

Make your choice. Billy, a puppet, is an icon of the Jigsaw character. John often used it for the purpose of delivering messages to his victims via a television screen, but at times it has also been physically present with the victims during their tests.

He provided the disguised voice for Billy when it delivered its messages. It is shown in Saw IV that the original puppet was created by John Kramer as an intended toy for his unborn son, who died while Cecil Adams was robbing the clinic; Cecil accidentally pushed the door into Jill, which resulted in Gideon's death.

John is shown constructing the more menacing Billy puppet in Saw III for the purpose of its inclusion in his "games". Another of Jigsaw's trademarks is his use of microcassettes to deliver instructions to his victims, disguising his voice as on the Billy videotapes.

A flashback in Saw IV reveals that he accomplished this by speaking into a reel-to-reel tape recorder, then slowing down the playback.

Often, a victim would find a microcassette recorder left for him or her with a tape already loaded in, while at other times the tape would be found separately in an envelope marked with the victim's name or the tape on its own reading "Play Me".

One tape was found in Jigsaw's stomach during his autopsy at the beginning of Saw IV , coated in wax to protect it against his digestive acids.

Both of his apprentices, Amanda Young and Mark Hoffman, eventually began making their own microcassettes, but not always altering their voices as he did.

In Saw 3D , Hoffman recorded one set of instructions on a standard-sized cassette, and another on an 8-track tape for use in a car stereo. Huntley remarked that Jigsaw's voice recordings operated for a specific purpose as part of Jigsaw's M.

Huntley stated that it allowed Jigsaw to be present there not as "a participant or even a spectator but instead as a referee, observing the rules pertinent to that particular subject rather than salaciously enjoying the 'victim's agony'.

The pig mask is a thematic prop worn by Jigsaw and his accomplices throughout the Saw film series to conceal their identities while abducting their "test subjects".

As the series continues, the purpose of the pig mask is explored in detail; it is explained to be a tribute to the "Year of the Pig" , the year in which Jigsaw started his work.

The origin of the pig mask was shown in Saw IV , revealing the first known pig masks to have been latex strap-on masks used at a Year of the Pig Chinese New Year festival.

Jigsaw had snatched them and donned one, while using the other one to hold his chloroform -soaked rag. The second mask was then used to knock out his first test subject, Cecil , by placing the mask over his head with the chloroform rag still inside.

When working on the original Saw film, writer Leigh Whannell and director James Wan wanted their antagonist to have some sort of mask.

After some discussion, the idea of Jigsaw wearing a rotting pig's head was chosen to symbolize his pessimistic view of the world and the disease that he was "rotting" from.

Nevertheless, the mask given to them from production a rubber Halloween mask was considered by them to be less than satisfactory. A number of things were added to make it look more gruesome, including long black hair and pus running from its eyes and nostrils.

Whannell has still admitted to being disappointed with its final appearance compared to his intended one, but has admitted that the mask has since become one of the "staples" of the Saw franchise.

Along with Billy and perhaps Jigsaw himself, the mask has since become one of the more iconic symbols of the franchise.

It has appeared on both the posters for the first film [11] and the fourth. Officially licensed pig mask accessories have been sold for Halloween.

In addition, the mask has been featured on numerous Jigsaw action figures. On the commentary track of Saw IV , several discussions occur about Jigsaw's decision to use references to pigs.

In the series, the producers explained that Jigsaw was a spiritual person; however, it has never been revealed what religion he follows.

In Saw IV , Jigsaw's ex-wife Jill explains Jigsaw's organized and planned lifestyle, stating that she had conceived their miscarried son Gideon, with Jigsaw planning for him to be born in the Year of the Pig.

On the commentary track, the producers explain that in the Chinese zodiac , the Pig stands for fertility and rebirth. Jigsaw is seen several times throughout the series with figurines of clay soldiers and buddhas , further symbolizing his reverence to various Asian cultures.

Cut-outs were made, in the shape of jigsaw puzzle pieces, from the flesh of John Kramer's deceased victims who failed to pass their test. John received the nickname "Jigsaw" from the police and the press stemming from his tendency to perform such a ritual; however, he never encouraged that name and didn't actually like to be called "Jigsaw".

Huntley argued that the jigsaw pieces that John cut out of the flesh of his failed test subjects was not intended as a mere stylized signature, but rather that it had a much deeper philosophical reflection.

He stated that:. Those marked with jigsaw pieces are the ones that got away, left inert, reduced to the zero intensity of death.

It would seem strange that Jigsaw — surely the last figure ever to be deemed sentimental — should choose to extract this symbolic jigsaw piece from these subjects, except that Jigsaw is linguistically consistent in explaining how he 'takes' or 'cuts' the piece of skin.

The jigsaw shape marking those who 'fail' is the adding of a subtraction — in effect, the removal of their inability, their unfulfilled potential or their lack — the excision that leaves the whole of the body that is not the closed, inert corporeal body but is, instead, the ' body-without-organs ', that is, the nexus point where energy pools amid the flow and fold of forces and durations , existence beyond the living organism.

A hand-drawn jigsaw puzzle piece was also present on the back of a photograph in Saw as part of a clue for one of his games.

Throughout the Saw series, John developed a tendency to recruit "apprentices" to carry on his perceived mission.

Lawrence Gordon, Dr. Logan Nelson, and Jill Tuck are also assistants in certain games. Huntley argued:. The impulse is Deleuzian. Jigsaw remains calm, neutral and impassive throughout the Saw films not least because of his terminal condition yet his only expressed wish, concern or desire, is that his legacy is maintained — the work of testing the fabric of humanity should go on.

What seems to be consistent thematically through the Saw films is that "Jigsaw" is a part for various players, an identity composed of pieces John was also assisted by Obi Tate in the kidnapping of the victims of the nerve gas house, shortly before the events of Saw II , and Zep Hindle throughout the first film.

Brad and Ryan worked for Gordon and acted as his muscle, recruited after their trap. They helped Gordon to abduct Hoffman and they chained him in the bathroom.

Detective Mark Hoffman : A police officer and a detective, he was recruited by John after he found out that Hoffman killed a man in a trap to make it look like a Jigsaw murder, because the man killed Hoffman's sister.

Jigsaw abducted him, scolded him for killing him since Hoffman created the trap to be unbeatable since he himself despises murder, and made him his first apprentice by blackmailing him, but he eventually grew with the character and became loyal to John.

He is considered to be his main accomplice and even an equal partner of sorts, and was Amanda Young's rival; both fought for John's approval, which is why Hoffman blackmailed her into failing her test to lose John's approval or risk his anger.

He became John's successor after Amanda and John's death, but he was tested as well by John, when Jill Tuck John's wife subdued him, placed a Reverse Bear Trap on his head and then left, leaving him to die fulfilling John's promise that Hoffman will not walk away untested.

He survived it and he had his revenge while setting up new games, but he was eventually abducted by Dr. Lawrence Gordon, another of John's accomplices, and locked away in a bathroom to die.

He was John's first apprentice. Hoffman is considered to be his most powerful associate, utilizing his police contacts and power as a detective to stray away the police from John's location, while keeping his identity secret until he was exposed to Internal Affairs by Jill Tuck.

However, Hoffman never personally chose any of his victims in his own traps, save for Seth Baxter, and posthumously left notes on future victims.

Like John, Hoffman is a skilled engineer and programmer, designing the Pendulum Trap and operating it by himself, and also designing and setting several traps for Amanda as she is too slender to properly carry and place victims in some traps, and lacks mechanical aptitude like John or Hoffman.

However, his sadistic streak worried John, who was eventually convinced that Hoffman, after his death, would continue his work not out of true beliefs but rather in a sadistic power play of his own, and as such, planned for him to be tested, but Jill set up the Reverse Bear Trap on him to be inescapable.

She managed to free herself from her trap. John recruited her after and was 'put in the House trap' in Saw II to make sure the victims played by the rules.

However, she had become disillusioned with John's philosophy of giving the victims a chance; she created traps that couldn't be solved and deliberately made her victims die.

John knew this and made a secret test for her to ensure that Dr. Lynn Denlon, a nurse from the hospital kidnapped to keep John alive, will be protected during the time and to free her after her task.

However, she was unable to do so and she shot her. However, this was also a scheme by Hoffman; he blackmailed her into killing Lynn otherwise he would tell him that she was responsible for Jill's miscarriage; she was the one who sent Cecil to steal the drugs.

She was shot by Jeff, Lynn's husband, and she bled to death. She was John's second apprentice. Amanda, unlike Hoffman, has a much deeper bond with John and considers him to be a second father and a mentor to her.

She was almost slavishly devoted to him, abandoning her former life to fully focus on him and keeping him alive at some point it was very loosely implied that she was also sexually attracted to him.

Also unlike Hoffman, who uses the traps as his own form of sadistic, perverse justice that is justified in his mind, Amanda truly believes in John's work.

However, by Saw III , she was disillusioned with his MO, and started to design traps to be inescapable , believing that her victims do not deserve the second chance in life.

She also envied John's relationship with Hoffman, whom he considered to be a better-suited apprentice and successor, as Amanda was emotionally unstable and not mechanically adept to design traps as Hoffman.

She is also deeply ashamed by the fact that she was the reason why John lost his child, as she sent Cecil to steal drugs, and tried to hide it from him.

However, Hoffman, who was aware of it, blackmailed her into killing Lynn Denlon, John's latest victim, in order for Hoffman to prove to John that she was incapable of carrying John's legacy as Jigsaw.

Lawrence Gordon : His secret helper, though not an official "apprentice". He was nursed back to health by John after surviving his trap and given a prosthetic foot, and became his new, secret accomplice.

After he sawed off his own foot to escape, his fate was left unknown, although he was referred to in passing and seen in flashbacks throughout the following five movies.

He did not appear in-person again until Saw 3D , using his prosthesis and a cane to walk. Following John's death, Jill delivered a videotape to Lawrence, in which John asked him to watch over Jill and take action if any harm came to her.

After Hoffman killed Jill, Lawrence and two accomplices abducted him and chained him to the pipes in the bathroom.

Lawrence then threw away the hacksaw he had used to free himself and left Hoffman to die. Lawrence, who was initially very wary of Jigsaw and his methods before he was abducted, came to sympathize with John after his abduction and after John saved his life.

He developed a rather different, colder personality, causing his wife to divorce him. He remained a doctor, but secretly assisted John in his games.

His identity and his existence was kept secret to Hoffman and Amanda in order to protect him from possible retributions from them, but Jill was kept aware of him in order to deliver John's will to him after his death.

While he was mostly a silent protector for Jill and kept an eye on Hoffman and Amanda, he also directly participated in setting up traps that required medical expertise, such as implanting a key behind Michael's eye Saw II and sewing Trevor's eyes and Art's mouth shut for the Mausoleum Trap Saw IV.

Jill Tuck : The wife of John, Jill was not an official "apprentice" either, but was tasked with carrying out a trap on Hoffman for John.

After his death, John left Jill six envelopes, the first five of which contained a game for William Easton, while the sixth was for Hoffman, whom John intended for Jill to test.

Another envelope in the box was addressed to Lawrence, who Jill personally delivered it to. Jill finally tests Hoffman and places the reverse bear trap on his head.

Jill leaves him inside with no key, intending for it to kill him. However, Hoffman manages to escape and gets his revenge on Jill by placing her in the original Reverse Bear Trap and having it go off, claiming Jill as its first victim.

Logan Nelson : John's first secret helper, though not an official "apprentice". Logan served in the Iraq War with the United States armed forces, where he was kidnapped and tortured by the enemy.

Some time afterward, his wife Christine was murdered by Edgar Munsen, a criminal allowed to walk free by the corrupt Detective Halloran.

While working at a hospital, Logan was responsible for mislabeling John's x-rays, which resulted in his cancer not being diagnosed until it had become terminal.

Logan was kidnapped alongside four others in a barn by John, but did not regain consciousness during the first game until he had no time to save himself.

John, deciding that Logan did not deserve to die for making an honest mistake, intervened and saved him. John Kramer is usually seen wearing a black theatrical robe with a large hood and red lining when running traps or abducting victims.

On the commentary track for the first Saw film, it was explained that the producers originally wanted Jigsaw to have the red robe with black interior.

Thinking that the red robe was too vibrant for the film, they reversed the robe to make it black with red interior. A review of Saw II in the San Francisco Chronicle praised Tobin Bell and John as being "more terrifying than the movie villains in Hollywood's last five horror films put together; even though he's in a wheelchair and hooked up to multiple IVs.

Don Summer, a writer for Best-Horror-Movies. Neil Smith, a film reviewer for the BBC, described Bell's Jigsaw as "creepy", describing the character as adding "a palpably sinister charge" to the scenes he appeared in.

Similarly, several critics who reviewed Saw 3D lamented Bell's minimal screentime in the film, [25] [26] with Eric Goldman of IGN writing that he found it "impossible not to be bothered by how little time was spent" with the character.

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