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June 3, 2013


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It's even a bit more horrifying than you described. The camera stays right in Hudson's face while he thrashes for a full minute or two only to cut to a shot where the camera stays at the end of the hallway while the gurney is wheeled away from it and Rock isn't struggling at all. It really amps up his panic before that shot implies that whatever fight he's putting up is all in his head.


When Rock is getting wheeled down the corridor in restraints, it cuts to a close-up and then medium and back. In medium, Rock is struggling mightily - in close, he's not struggling at all. Haunting, right?

V. Rednart

There's no editing error at the end of Seconds. Walter is confused, as usual.


I love this movie to death.


What was the editing error at the close of John Frankenheimer's 1966 Seconds?

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