In 1991 "The Silence of the Lambs" hit theaters, terrifying audiences and providing Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins with two of their most celebrated roles. An adaptation of Thomas Harris' novel of the same name, "Lambs" took home the Academy Award for Best Picture, as well as Best Actress for Foster, Best Actor for Hopkins, Best Director for Jonathan Demme, and Best Adapted Screenplay. While the thriller is known for its intense scenes and haunting moments, a blooper reel that lives on from the film is anything but. In the clip below, actors are seen breaking character, admitting that they "f--ked up," and laughing in the bloodiest of scenes.
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