We are what we are / Memento Films International presents in association with Belladonna Productions, Uncorked Productions, and the Zoo ; written by Nick Damici and Jim Mickle ; directed by Jim Mickle ; produced by Rodrigo Bellott, Andrew D. Corkin, Linda Moran, Nicholas Shumaker, Jack Turner. (OCLC #1048571296)
Somebody asked recently on the TCMMF group how people felt about spoilers in subject headings. I am unsure.
For example, the summary of this movie (in the 520) hints that something sketchy is going on:
Behind closed doors, patriarch Frank rules his family with a rigorous fervor, determined to keep his ancestral customs intact at any cost.
But the subject headings are much more direct:
650 _0 ǂa Serial murderers ǂv Drama. 650 _0 ǂa Cannibalism ǂv Drama. 650 _0 ǂa Family secrets ǂv Drama.
What do you think? Do these headings aid researchers? Or spoil the story for film fans? Does it depend on the type of library?