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  1. The scene where the husband fusses with the zipper so she goes to her lover and he zips her up right away and goes "Voila!" the nonverbal expressions the men exchange. The drawer full of guns dares a viewer to question just how often guns are drawn on him. How he checked if he was injured after he was "shot" was pure genius. It makes the viewer relax and enjoy the moment, not too serious, not too scary, keeps the viewer still engaged. How he opens the door but closes it and rethinks going out once he hears the crowds noise. He takes out a handkerchief instead to "unwind" from the recent stress. I loved how the dog is so used to noise and fuss that he doesn't even move from his chair when the couple comes out of the room arguing.
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