Alright, my participation in this wonderful series has been so embarrassingly spotty, but I couldn't NOT participate this week. I almost forgot (not sure if I'm late yet) but thanks to Sati's glorious post, I was reminded that this was due today.
I'm just going to get into this. If you haven't seen this film, see it now. If you have seen this film, then you know why anyone who hasn't seen it needs to see it now. There are few films I can recall that are this visceral, this haunting.
For me, it was really easy to select my favorite shot. In fact, while watching the movie there was one moment, one look, one 'shot' that I knew when I saw it that it would last with me forever. The reason for this is that it, for me, marked the film's thematic evolution. It was this pivotal moment when everything that came before suddenly shifted into what was about to come.
And here it is...