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  1. I had just commented on one of the replies about the tunnel shots. I still think it was the most intense part of the scene. Yet going back and watching it, what caught my eye was how the scene begins with a close shot and ends with an extreme wide shot that looks more like the typical establishing shot a scene would usually begin with. I think it's very interesting that the use (or the rules of shots) were flipped around and created a much more powerful sense.
  2. For me that was the most intense shot in the scene. The complete darkness of the shot moving into light with a train in the opposite direction was beautifully shot (especially at such an angle).
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