One more time for the dump and burn! (I had to re-imagine the scene in order to save any suspense, so I tried to keep the ‘jerk’ element very subtle.)
My main concern with the scene is that it seems to be a ‘jerk’ without the correct context. You can say it’s ‘jerk’ because it looks like a lot of physical effort was put into it. The woman is clearly very upset, and at that moment her face is so pale and red that it actually looks as though she’s been punched in the face. I thought it would be really nice if the woman was in the room, but as it is, the next scene is of her in an apartment with her dog running around, and no one is there. (This makes me wonder, is it just my imagination or is it the dog?) I am certain someone should have pointed out to the director that the dog wasn’t wearing a leash. That the dog, although not very large, can actually walk at times, and this wouldn’t be considered ‘jerk’. Perhaps it is just a dog that has lost sight of its owner for a week (the scene also has a picture of the dog being attacked by a bat). After another 10 minutes of this, the woman says:
«Look at the dogs of today. You look like they’re fighting.»
I don’t want to make any comments that the dogs aren’t really fighting and we don’t have to worry about the people around us getting seriously hurt. Of course this doesn’t address the fact that our protagonist is obviously very drunk, and is also getting quite disorganized by herself. So you see, I will be calling this a ‘jerk’ by default.
Here comes the scene where we see the police come down the hallway. The policeman takes out a box of cocaine and is trying to sell it. As they run into the apartment we see a black-hooded man with his hand over the mouth of the drug and is pushing it down the victim’s throat. At one point one of the cops grabs a stick and points it at the black- hooded man. His face is covered with blood. He looks like he has been drinking. I am thinking of a scene in a bad movie when a scene has a cop taking out a gun on an unarmed guy trying to sell drugs. I’m not even sure I can identify that scene. It’s too bad that the director didn’t include a shot where he throws the black- hooded man on the ground and starts beating him up.
We also have the shot where a cop shoots a black-hooded man that is having a rough time of it by the window of the apartment. There was quite a bit of blood on the co
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