A cut that juxtaposes two images whose dramatic difference creates a jarring visual effect. Corrigan and White, The Film Experience: An Introduction, 5th ed.
Sam is attacked on his way home.
The practice of eating unusual foods in Asia compared to America is discussed.
In a dream, Georges recalls a violent episode involving a rooster at his childhood home.
Manfredi, aka Luigi Ferraris, is tortured and killed by the Gestapo for information on the Italian Resistance.
Patsey is subjected to a whipping at the hands of an unwilling Solomon and an enraged Mr. Epps.
Sam and Guilia are attacked and chased by an unknown accomplice of the assailant, but after outrunning him, Sam loses him to a crowd of similarly-dressed men at a boxing convention.
Richie shaves his hair off and attempts to commit suicide.
Sam tries to find Guilia.
While looking for clues, Sam discovers another murdered body.
The assailant attacks the 4th victim in her apartment, in the style of the painting from the antique store.
The man and the woman watch as the androgynous woman carrying the box with the hand is run over by a car. The man then chases the woman around their apartment.
Carrie asks her mother for permission to go to prom.
Luis Buñuel cuts the eye of a woman with a sharpened razor.
The woman tries to kill her own sleeping body but is awakened by the man who leads her upstairs.
Goeth and officers try to kill one of the workers but their guns fail to work.