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  1. I love the setting of the opening scene - posh, opulent. Having Clifton Webb in the tub would have been shocking in the days the movie was made, still startling today. The dialogue between the two characters reveals their personality traits immediately.
  2. I liked the first person POV up until the punching scene. That seemed to contrived. I also liked the fact that a lot happened in the opening scene. Makes me want to see the rest of the film.
  3. The train speeding along made me want to find out where it was going. The dark, black tunnel scene made me wonder what might be coming at the end of the tunnel. Two trains passing, traveling in opposite directions is always a great scene. No dialogue, but easy and efficient communication between the two conductors sets the mood for the rest of the film.
  4. The use of shadows makes the opening scene feel eerie with the anticipation of something very creepy about to happen. Very noir.
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