Film Language Tag: point-of-view shot
A subjective shot that reproduces a character's optical point of view, often preceded or followed by shots of the character looking.
Adelaide Wilson (Lupita Nyong'o) confronts Red (Lupita Nyong'o) who has captured her son, Jason Wilson (Evan Alex). As Adelaide creeps up behind Red, weapon in hand, Red begins a monologue about her life as a tethered. The monologue is overlayed with images of Adelaide and Red as young girls. The twist that Adelaide was originally a tethered is revealed.
Freder (Gustav Frohlich), son of the city master, watches as Maria (Brigitte Helm) brings a group of workers' children into the Eternal Gardens of Pleasure.
Jessica (Jennifer Ehle) and Maya (Jessica Chastain) text back and forth. Jessica goes to meet a supposed double agent for Al-Qaeda but instead, the agent is a triple agent and sets off a suicide vest, killing 7 CIA operatives. Maya finds out about her friend's death and Thomas (Jeremy Strong) informs her of Abu Ahmed's death.
Rotwang (Rudolf Klein-Rogge) presents the false Maria (Brigitte Helm) as Freder (Gustav Frohlich) is delirious and suffering from hallucinations.
Nick/Gogol (Kal Penn) attends a going-away party for his mother, Ashima (Tabu), who is departing for India. He visits his childhood bedroom and discovers the Nikolai Gogol book that his father, Ashoke (Irrfan Khan) has gifted him, and speaks with his mother about his wife, Moushumi's (Zuleikha Robinson) affair.
Butch (Paul Newman) and Sundance (Robert Redford) are holding out in a small store, trying to outlast the military that has come after them. The drawn-out shootout ends with both characters running out of the store, guns blazing, to ultimately be killed.
As Maria (Caterina Sylos Labini) and Bruno (Federico Rizzo) return to the Piermattei apartment with carts overloaded with consumer goods, director Nichetti (Maurizio Nichetti) finds himself trapped in his postwar melodrama, begging the middle-class family in 1990 to help him escape.
Shaun (Simon Pegg), his mother (Penelope Wilton) his friend Ed (Nick Frost), his girlfriend Liz(Kate Ashfield), and their acquaintances Dianne (Lucy Davis) and David (Dylan Moran) find themselves facing off against a horde of zombies accompanied by Queen blasting out of a jukebox, which they choreograph their fight to.
British civilian Dawson (Mark Rylance), his son Peter (Tom Glynn-Carney), and teenage hand George (Barry Keoghan) are headed toward Dunkirk to save soldiers and pick up one (Cillian Murphy) in the water from a wrecked ship. The soldier, shell-shocked, doesn't want to return. George is fatally struck in the head during the disagreement.
A hitman (Mark Pellegrino) attempts to stage a suicide for his mark. While doing so, he accidentally shoots someone else through the wall. He then kills that woman, but is seen by a janitor. He kills the janitor as well and shoots the loud vacuum. This sets off the fire alarm.
After an apparent one-night stand, Micah (Wyatt Cenac) and Jo (Tracey Heggins) quietly observe each other while getting ready to leave their host (John Thurgood)'s now largely empty loft apartment. The party host invites them to stay for breakfast on their way out but they leave anyway.
After a brief phone call, Micah (Wyatt Cenac) searches on bike and foot to find where Jo (Tracey Heggins) is staying, knocking on doors repeatedly. Eventually, when he finds her and returns her wallet, he asks to come up to the apartment; she allows him to.
Pamela Anderson (Part One), Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan
Borat attempts to kidnap Pamela Anderson at her book signing.
Pamela Anderson (Part Two), Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan
Borat attempts to kidnap Pamela Anderson at her book signing.
Prince Akeem (Eddie Murphy) and Semmi (Arsenio Hall) move to a purposefully tarnished New York City apartment to become "real" New Yorkers. The friends attempt to transition to Queens, NY by changing their formal, African clothing to New York street style – letting go of their fancier clothing pieces.
Prince Akeem (Eddie Murphy) is invited to attend a basketball game with Lisa (Shari Headley), Darryl (Eriq La Salle) and Patrice (Allison Dean). At the game, Prince Akeem faces discrimination from Darryl for being an African. Additionally, he is recognized by a former African subject.
Freder (Gustav Frohlich) finds the false Maria (Brigitte Helm) urging the workers to destroy the Heart Machine.
Pyare (Rehman Khan) spys on Jameela (Waheeda Rehman) and the other unveiled women attending a birthday party held by his sister, while they sing a knowing song about men who take peeks at unveiled women, sung by playback singers Asha Bhosle and Shamshad Begum.
Shaun (Simon Pegg) makes a trip to the convenience store, oblivious to the end of the world around him.
Ellen Hutter (Greta Schroder) invites the Count (Max Schreck) into her room, in an attempt to defeat him. Hutter (Gustav von Wangenheim) goes to fetch the physician (John Gottowt) and the imprisoned Knock (Alexander Granach)attempts to warn Orlok. Orlok drinks Ellen's blood but is caught in the morning sunlight and vanishes.
The robot version of Maria (Brigitte Helm) successfully influences the workers to destroy the Heart Machine againt foreman Grot’s (Heinrich George) warnings.
Adelaide (Lupita Nyong'o) and Jason Wilson (Evan Alex) are in a room with their clones. Adelaide’s clone forces Jason Wilson and his clone to play while the clone gives her life story. Simultaneously Umbrae (Shahadi Wright) and Gabe Wilson (Winston Duke) fight their respective clones, finding crafty ways to outmatch their opponents. Eventually the family finds each other and leaves, surviving the encounter.
On the way to the Santa Cruz beach the Wilson family sees a dead body. Shortly later the family arrives at the beach and, while interacting with the Tyler family, Adelaide Wilson (Lupita Nyong'o) encounters multiple coincidences that throw off her ability to converse with Dahlia Tyler (Elisabeth Moss). Gabe Wilson (Winston Duke) converses with Josh Tyler (Tim Heidecker), and Umbrae Wilson (Shahadi Wright) hangs out with Becca (Cali Sheldon) and Nix Tyler(Noelle Sheldon). While the family members are distracted, the youngest, Jason Wilson (Evan Alex) wanders off, forcing Adelaide Wilson (Lupita Nyong'o) to panic while looking for her son.
As Giorgio's father (Romolo Valli) seeks to reassure Giorgio (Lino Capolicchio) that Italian Jews were still citizens notwithstanding discriminatory laws against them, Giorgio reminds him of the importance of recognizing the seriousness of their situation.