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  1. I felt the use of the POV was interesting. Especially the scenes right after he leaves the barrel. In the car it was somewhat effective with us getting a good read on the drivers face and feeling the tension grow. Again we see a movie that immediately dives into the action. You immediately get a sense of Bogie's characters desperation.
  2. The scene is shot very well and is designed to project the realism of being a train engineer. Nothing is polished out. The noise of the train which does not allow them to speak. The dirt on the engineers faces. The fact that the tunnel scene is not shortened all add to the realism. .
  3. Everything about the opening scenes brings a sense of fear and foreboding. The children's song, the fear of the washerwomen and the stark silence bring a general sense of unease in what otherwise seems a quaint domestic setting. The scene of the little girl walking home is also very strong. Again the use of background noise, the dark doorway, the poster all create an almost nightmare feeling in what is otherwise a regular scene. Finally with the appearance of the killer the shoe drops.
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