Understanding the Opening Scene of Inglourious Basterds | Scene Study Film Analysis

This is a Deep Analysis of the Opening Scene for Inglourious Basterds by Quentin Tarantino. I breakdown the camera set-ups, composition and framing, and point out key turning points in the scene where Tarantino changes his coverage scheme.

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  • The Two Gardens
    The Two GardensDitë më parë

    Come to Melbourne Australia. This is the Kind of thing coming to every Australian home soon .

  • Fabzz Pagano
    Fabzz PaganoDitë më parë

    Great analyses... also my first time.

  • James F
    James F3 ditë më parë

    Did I miss something or is LaPadite not chopping anything on that chopping block? Sort of like Rick playing chess with no opponent in Casablanca.

  • Ivor Scrotumic
    Ivor Scrotumic4 ditë më parë

    This is really well detailed & a whole new way at looking at the scene as a whole. I'm not into filming or anything like that, but this is very interesting. I'll definitely be checking out more of your clips.

  • Kaiser Wilhelm II
    Kaiser Wilhelm II4 ditë më parë

    This scene is a masterpiece but your analysis of it is one as well

  • owensb01
    owensb015 ditë më parë

    Maybe Tarantino just wanted to film a cool scene.

  • Ordnance Lab
    Ordnance Lab5 ditë më parë

    Great video and analysis of things I never noticed before.

  • dddDimi


    4 ditë më parë

    just the sceme with 9 tiles is done to the frame plus the borders in this one. But the borders only appear to those who don't watch at the intended ratio of the screen (21). So tiles are not correct. Still reminds me of people learning a language with a set of logic tools instead of a feeling. Also as like the best sitting position is the "next one" it is here the same with the (calm) movement of the cameras, which in play with the hight difference plays the main role in creating a movement before the horns drop in, which is i believe the main secret to building a tense scene across this dialogue. And not the science formula about positioning objects in frame. Still in this scene there is nothing to do better except maybe use a real tape with grain like nolan does, so it would look less "nowadays". But Tarantino probably believes that he doesn't need any hooks to the past to be good enough

  • Drama Teacher
    Drama Teacher5 ditë më parë

    Interesting breakdown. Thought the movie sucked

  • L D
    L D5 ditë më parë

    I know a lot of work went into this analysis. Any chance you have anything in the works now?

  • Carlos Anaya
    Carlos Anaya8 ditë më parë


  • Frank O’Connell
    Frank O’Connell9 ditë më parë

    1 absolutely amazing video, but no other ones ever followed has me very disappointed.

  • Simon Olofsson
    Simon Olofsson10 ditë më parë

    This scene has since I first saw it been my favorite scene in any movie I've seen. I don't know exactly how long it is in its entirety, maybe 15 minutes? And it consists basically of only 2 people, in one room, face to face talking, but the tension building during the entire time sends chills down your spine. Both actors give an incredible performance. It was great seeing this breakdown of the scene.

  • Matt
    Matt10 ditë më parë

    I think the shot of landa walking up to him as he stands there is to show that the war is coming to him in his own home And I also think drinking the milk like that is representing that he drinks the whole thing and pushes it to one side like his whole family history and livelihood is inconsequential and can be erased in the blink of an eye

  • Pankaj
    Pankaj14 ditë më parë

    This channel is so underrated

  • Polarbeahr
    Polarbeahr14 ditë më parë

    Awesome, fantastic breakdown. Absolutley marvelous. Subbed immediately! You deserve more subscribers

  • PuntOnFourth
    PuntOnFourth15 ditë më parë

    “Col. Hans Landa” is the scariest person I have ever seen.

  • The  Avocado
    The Avocado 15 ditë më parë

    One of my favorite scenes in one of my favorite movies. I’ve seen many dissections of this but this is hands down the best.

  • James Trades
    James Trades16 ditë më parë

    I love how Landa when asked to sit decides to sit at the head of the table where La Padite would normally be situated, showing that he is the one calling the shots in this house now. This scene is epic and probably one of Tarentinos best bits of direction. Edit: This scene and the bar scene, I read somewhere that the bar took so long to shoot they could’ve make a short film in itself from the footage.

  • A B
    A B17 ditë më parë

    This "breakdown" movie BS is dumb AF! Nothing but an opportunity to start a stupid movie "breakdown" channel, great at making up BS ill give you that, movies are entertainment and that's that, no hidden "breakdown enlightment moments", I know it makes you believe that you are very smart and you are "kind enough" to explain it to us..... Foff! BS get a life, unfortunately could only give 1 dislike.

  • Robbie
    Robbie17 ditë më parë

    probably my favourite movie of all time, nice to see someone put so much effort in to letting me understand why i appreciate it so much. Thanks for the great insight & analysis.

  • Jean
    Jean18 ditë më parë

    Lapadite put up a decent resistance. He managed to remain perfectly calm, polite and calculated up til the end. It makes Landa all the more terrifying.

  • Chris Kelly
    Chris Kelly18 ditë më parë

    Wow. The "'hidden horror"' on La Padite's face is just amazing !!! He's an actor huh!!??

  • John Hollands
    John Hollands18 ditë më parë

    Fascinating analysis and breakdown. However they wouldn't need a special set for the jib-down reveal - just match the speed the camera descends and put a wipe in between. Done it myself many times.

  • Petter Madsen
    Petter Madsen18 ditë më parë

    Nooo. Good analysis of the angles and a lot of the stuff, but why ask for milk? He is seen clearly to drink wine in other scenes (granted milk as well) but I'd say this is to further impose himself, to cement the notion that he is no longer an external observer but rather a strong force "inside their comfort zone"

  • Luke 94
    Luke 9418 ditë më parë

    I still don’t quite get why an SS officer is doing the job of the Gestapo

  • Sietse
    Sietse19 ditë më parë

    Lapedite washing his hands is biblical symbolism. Like Pontius Pilate did before crucifying Jesus. “I am innocent of this man’s blood,” to which the jews replied: “His blood is on us and on our children.”

  • Tzeff's Main Channel
    Tzeff's Main Channel19 ditë më parë

    1:20 You DIDN'T SEE the shape of the "gallows" at the clothes line; a sign of what's coming! The director and filmographer didn't choose this shot and imagery by accident!! 🤓

  • Jed
    Jed19 ditë më parë

    Hey, I love rumors too!

  • Mireille Lebeau
    Mireille Lebeau20 ditë më parë

    The milk is a proof that the family have children in the house because as adult they all should drink wine mixed with water for the daughters and because they don't have a refrigerator or a cooler, the milk shouldn't be in the kitchen. Anyway the french accent is flawless and the name Lapadite is ironical as it imply that he will keep it secret (il l'a pas dit). Great scene study.

  • Kevin Torres
    Kevin Torres20 ditë më parë

    This was such a cool breakdown and such an amazing scene to do it with. You rock.

  • John Blackwell
    John Blackwell20 ditë më parë

    Having watched this movie three times over the years, one of the things that now strikes me from the beginning is just how desperate La Pedite seems from the start. He seems to have a sense of existential dread, knowing that he can only hold out for so long hiding his friends. He knows that he faces an awful choice when the push comes. It's either his family or the family he's hiding - or most likely both will be sacrificed if he's caught. It's horrifying. We can all see ourselves in his position. It's there from the moment he washes himself. Symbolically, it could be seen as an attempt at spiritual cleansing - as if he knows this is the end - but there is no salvation.

  • rich whooley
    rich whooley20 ditë më parë

    That was really great I have a new appreciation for the art form of directing. Thanks

  • Bob G
    Bob G20 ditë më parë

    All that great cinematography work, but no one in production noticed that in this 1941 scene Landa's Standartenfuhrer collar patches were not adopted until April of 1942?

  • Chris L
    Chris L21 ditë më parë

    Brilliant. He let her go cause he wants the hunt

  • Kaarle Wasama
    Kaarle Wasama21 ditë më parë

    To part 1 I might add that the fact that the cloth is left hanging unevenly, wrinkly as the daughter rushes in seems to add to the element of approaching danger. It seems symbolic of the damage that's about to be permanently done to the family's life.

  • Jo Devwar Vesely
    Jo Devwar Vesely21 ditë më parë

    Amazing! Really appreciate your in depth breakdown.

  • zopo_855olive
    zopo_855olive21 ditë më parë

    Tarantino is the man. Even if he's kinda parodic, he has deep attention to details, great camera work, colors, light, knows how to bring painfull tension.. the sounds of matches, burning tabacco, clock...love every bit of it. I have never felt the fear of SS like in this movie. Actors always put some work around Tarantino.

  • Amro Lulu
    Amro Lulu21 ditë më parë

    Tarantino after watching this: I did all of that ??

  • Jonathon Haug
    Jonathon Haug22 ditë më parë

    01:35. Setting up the scene to look 1941 is kinda tough when you have obvious modern machinery tracks in the wheat field next to the road😁

  • bcjchoss
    bcjchoss22 ditë më parë

    Duplicitous is pronounced with a soft C

  • Gábor Szabó
    Gábor Szabó22 ditë më parë

    Waltz's Oscar was basically sealed by the end of this scene. The rest was a mere part of the acceptance or flexing on the other nominees :D

  • Terrence M
    Terrence M22 ditë më parë

    So much reverse Psychology going on here.

  • Greg Stefanakis
    Greg Stefanakis22 ditë më parë

    You didn't say shit man, you just played the clip of the movie and made the rest up

  • Ryan Price
    Ryan Price22 ditë më parë

    You’re pronouncing “duplicitous” incorrectly. It’s with a an S sound not a K sound. du̇-ˈpli-sə-təs

  • sloecoach
    sloecoach22 ditë më parë

    It's not breaking the line of action if the camera moves across it, only if it cuts across it.

  • Bashar Oshana
    Bashar Oshana22 ditë më parë

    Everything is beautiful about this movie except 1 huge mistake towards the end of the movie.



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  • Martin Adams
    Martin Adams22 ditë më parë

    This is definitely one of my favorite movies of all time, and even though I've seen it so many times I'm still getting that sense of dread and fear from the opening scene in this video. Quentin Tarantino is a fucking master, one of the greatest film directors ever.

  • James Wawrzaszek
    James Wawrzaszek23 ditë më parë

    That interrogation is as excruciating as this scene is amazing

  • Stef BlanG
    Stef BlanG23 ditë më parë

    Tres bonne analyse. Merci

  • inscrutianaII
    inscrutianaII23 ditë më parë

    I studied film just about the time Tarantino was finding his feet so, from that lens, I found him and still find him really tedious in his level of effort. His filmaking is so deliberate that it gets in the way of the story - like he's shouting "I AM A FIIIIILMAAKKER!!!!!!". Dude, I know.

  • Zenfinity Massage & Wellness
    Zenfinity Massage & Wellness23 ditë më parë

    Why is LaPadite hacking at a large stump? That stump is used as a base on which to split much smaller logs into firewood, yet there is not firewood splitting happening here.

  • the ghostwriter
    the ghostwriter23 ditë më parë

    Who makes all these decisions? Is Tarantino choosing all these setups and doing all the framing? Or is the cinematographer doing it?

  • the ghostwriter

    the ghostwriter

    23 ditë më parë

    @emotiondesigner thanks. I was just reading about DP Robert Richardson and his long working relationship with QT, and your video got me wondering about what the mechanics of that relationship might look like. I enjoyed your video on this scene immensely. I'm a writer who knows storytelling, and I have often cited this scene as an example of great writing. You gave me a richer appreciation for the visual component of storytelling in this scene. Excellent work.

  • emotiondesigner


    23 ditë më parë

    In some cases the relationship can range. the dp can recommend framings or setup configurations. But I think in general the separation is that the Director is the story teller. They choose what to show and what order what you are showing appears in to tell that story. Directors will draw up the coverage diagrams. Directors will direct a storyboard artist who may create storyboards. They will direct previz team doing an animatic. They make the decisions that determine what the camera angles are. Is it a closeup? Is it a wide? is it focused on a detail of the room rather than the person speaking? Should the camera frame them in a 2 shot and show that the exchange is balanced during one line of dialogue and should it change to a different framing that favors one character and makes them look like they are more important or more powerful to show that they hold the cards. They do all this because as they story teller, they shape what to see and what order to see those things in to tell that story. After that, the DP comes in and draws up lighting diagrams. They are going to decide what lights go where to create a certain look. Now they may have ideas they bring to the director about the framing or motifs or color choices or moods they think would help the directors story. and the director could also go straight to the DP with precise framing or specific moods or color directives. It depends on their relationship and what works for that scene. In general, the director makes all the decisions and chooses how much room to give the department heads to come up with their own ideas and how many ideas they want to bring to the table to start them on their process. But the DP is responsible for the exposure of the image and the capturing of the image. The DIrector tells them what they want the image to be. So its a difference of creative direction and execution. Director drives the creative behind what images tell the story, and DP leads the execution of capturing them. I hope that explains it and isn't too detailed or too vague.

  • Bradley Maggard
    Bradley Maggard23 ditë më parë

    Build a set?? All they had to do was remove a few floorboards.

  • Andreas
    Andreas24 ditë më parë

    He doesn`t have any wood to chop on the stomp.

  • Pedro Soler Martínez
    Pedro Soler Martínez24 ditë më parë

    The scene in the restaurant when he eats the strudel hahaha, he’s so good.

  • Dat Man
    Dat Man24 ditë më parë

    Such an amazing movie…

  • Vito
    Vito24 ditë më parë

    He doesn’t break the rule because he moves the camera over the line of action.

  • J-F
    J-F24 ditë më parë

    Shoshanna went to the Prometheus school of running away from things

  • Michael Kyosev
    Michael Kyosev24 ditë më parë

    I believe this type of review are good for people who are starting their early movie production career, keep up the good work.

  • josephenavarro13
    josephenavarro1324 ditë më parë

    Very similar to Lee Van Cleef's opening scene in The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. BRILLIANT.

  • Edward Angus
    Edward Angus24 ditë më parë

    Duplicitous sounds like doo ·pli·suh·tuhs

  • Samuel Clarke
    Samuel Clarke25 ditë më parë

    This is an amazing breakdown. I have learned so much more about how angles affect the scene than any other video. Thank you!

  • Mike Yuille
    Mike Yuille25 ditë më parë

    Excellent analysis of one of cinema's finest scenes. Well done!

  • Yamete Kudasai
    Yamete Kudasai25 ditë më parë

    I'm going to watch this again and to appreciate all the details. Thanks man

  • Bob Owen
    Bob Owen25 ditë më parë

    I wanted to kill that Col Hans . This was my first time seeing Christoph Waltz. He played this character so well. He was able to get under my skin. And with Quentin Directing. What a great movie. Thanks for sharing your work.

  • Bukentay Buluiz
    Bukentay Buluiz25 ditë më parë

    Please upload more videos...

  • Ocean Wire Audio
    Ocean Wire Audio25 ditë më parë

    Extraordinary cinematography and a great breakdown of the scenes, thanks

  • CL
    CL26 ditë më parë

    and there is so much more. The hand movements, the glances, the wording and not to mention the lighting and music. It is a masterpiece. Absolute fav movie.

  • Leoscharles :p

    Leoscharles :p

    23 ditë më parë

    This and hateful eight are my two favorite movies. I’ve loved all of the characters and scenes from Tarantino

  • S Lax
    S Lax26 ditë më parë

    Do more, these were great :)

  • doublestrokeroll
    doublestrokeroll26 ditë më parë

    People always rave about Waltz's performance, and it is brilliant but Denis Ménochet is every bit as good in this scene. The way he breaks down as Waltz breaks him down is just amazing. A extremely proud and strong man being broken.

  • john od

    john od

    21 ditë më parë

    Well said...very subtle and beautifully acted

  • Gábor Szabó

    Gábor Szabó

    22 ditë më parë

    Indeed. Landa steals every scene he's in, but all of Tarantino's actors are giving a top-notch performance. In basically every movie of his. LaPadite is no difference, he was impeccable.

  • Steven Castellanos
    Steven Castellanos26 ditë më parë

    Without Christophe Waltz (which was the last actor to audition for Landa) Tarantino was not going to make this film. Imagine that?!

  • Pietro Bozzetto
    Pietro Bozzetto26 ditë më parë

    I really hope you start getting more credit for your work. From a technical perspective, your analysis is very useul and adds a lot to the comprehension of the scene. Keep up the excellent job!

  • David A. Torres
    David A. Torres26 ditë më parë

    They could’ve chased her in their car.

  • Karlis Kristapsons
    Karlis Kristapsons26 ditë më parë

    only thing this analysis missed - did not said what colour milk was. All other obvious things where covered.

  • Vader 22
    Vader 2226 ditë më parë

    After watching this beautiful scene coupled with your in-depth breakdown I immediately thought of the 'Like a Virgin' table scene in Reservoir Dogs, because that's another quality and complex work of art scene by QT.

  • nobody
    nobody27 ditë më parë

    The video is so good. Why you didnt make more? About all the famous movie scenes and analyse them? 👍🏻

  • Benjamin Pont
    Benjamin Pont27 ditë më parë

    I think the way he states at lapadites daughters and especially Charlotte also signifies a threat

  • Moesy Pittounikos
    Moesy Pittounikos27 ditë më parë

    Revenge porn?

  • valberm
    valberm27 ditë më parë

    Drinking milk at the beginning: I'm not sure if it was intentional, but milk is also a dog whistle among white supremacists.

  • Ejim J
    Ejim J27 ditë më parë

    You’re setup c and d are wrong. It’s about eye movement. It’s not about pushing him into a corner. He also wants the girls to go outside because of the violence that he is about to do. In setup F his arms are crossed, showing a sign of defensiveness. This is why he gets up and gets his pipe. He is doing something rather than sitting there because he knows that he’s being evaluating. You keep going back to being cornered but they are not. The reason they are setup like that is because how the break of a scene can make audiences look for the action or main focus of that next scene. Also profile, shots depict confrontation, not deception.

  • emotiondesigner


    25 ditë më parë

    You're just refusing to read because you don't want to admit that your point was flimsy. It was entirely contingent on 1) an appeal to authority based on your degree and sitting next to Tarantino and paraphrasing what he said (Appeal to authority is an argumentative fallacy) 2) everything else you said was attacking me personally rather than addressing the substance of what I said. Also I said "I stand behind it", I never said "Stand my ground". How can we trust your claims about what Tarantino said, when you can't even get a quote that's sitting right in front of your face correct? I think the weakness of your points speaks for themselves, but any "benefit of the doubt" we might have afforded you for maybe regurgitating something tarantino actually said is lost.

  • emotiondesigner


    25 ditë më parë

    ​@Ejim J

  • Ejim J

    Ejim J

    25 ditë më parë

    @emotiondesigner I was actually going to read this but there’s no point discussing this with children. You became to personal in this discussion, and on your channel. I’ll point them out for you. In your previous comment, you state “I stand my ground”. That shows signs of ignorance and arrogance. You have the inept ability to adapt or change. You believe your ideas are right, no matter what. That’s ego and a lack of intelligence. This next comment was better when you lost it saying, “No body cares!!!” You extra and excessive exclamation points dictate you taking this to personal, especially on your own channel. Also, when people say, “no one cares”, that’s a false statement. If someone truly didn’t care, one would not say that. They wouldn’t even respond because they, in fact, don’t care. You telling me you don’t care because you wanted me to know that. Why? Because you cared. Side note, it’s not being a parrot when I mentioned his arms being crossed. You said I’m repeating information without demonstrating why. Are you serious? Him being defensive is the reason why? Let me clarify something else about guilty people. They are very similar to actors who have no direction on what actions they are supposed to do because the director gives them none. That’s why when you see amateur films, actors tend to put their hands in their pockets because they don’t know what to do with them. They become uncomfortable so they stop their body functions and just focus on their dialogue. That’s the same with the actor crossing his arms, then going for the pipe. He needed to do something with his hands for two reasons: he was uncomfortable and if he didn’t his body language would give away his defensive nature (hence crossing his arms). It’s sad how blind you are, especially when facts are presented to you. It’s also sad that you are not accepting of a different viewpoint which “may” be right because you’ll look stupid but honestly, you are only looking stupid to yourself because film discussion isn’t a narrow minded process. You are.

  • emotiondesigner


    25 ditë më parë

    @Ejim J not a big flex because nobody cares!!!! Why do you act like anyone cares. I dont find your point any more valid. "his arms are crossed, showing a sign of defensiveness. This is why he gets up and gets his pipe. He is doing something rather than sitting there because he knows that he’s being evaluating. You keep going back to being cornered but they are not. The reason they are setup like that is because how the break of a scene can make audiences look for the action or main focus of that next scene" Like I said your point has more to do with action than framing, film grammar and composition. You're not even explaining it well. I dont care who you sat next to your points are minor. Even if you did sit next to Tarantino and he did say that's why he had him fold his arms and said that's why he had him get up. You're just being a parrot. Repeating the information without demonstrating why. I think you're just a guy trying to sound cool and name drop. If you got my point or these concepts then your answers would demonstrate it. Anyone can say they heard someone say something or read some interview. A real film maker knows the grammar and how to use it.

  • Ejim J

    Ejim J

    25 ditë më parë

    @emotiondesigner unfortunately, “big flexing” on you does give me leverage on this discussion we are having because I actually have facts to back it up, not theories. But hey, the good thing about film is that it could be subjective, regardless of what the director says it is. Just like the majority of people think that Die Hard is a holiday movie when the director and Bruce says it’s not. It doesn’t matter. And I’m not being presumptuous at all about what you are doing. If you would want to discuss this further, you can message me privately and we can exchange IMDb credits and setup a time to discuss film because thats what I love to do. But seriously, I wasn’t trying to brag about sitting next to Tarantino. Being in the film industry, no one brags or tries to get a pic because that’s deemed unprofessional and also, no one truly cares who you are working with (if you are working in the industry). The reason I “name dropped” was because he literally was sitting next to me during the film and he loves to talk. After the film, he deconstructed his film. So what I said are facts.

  • Juan Goyeneche
    Juan Goyeneche27 ditë më parë

    I know this video it’s been posted a while ago, but I just found it. And I was almost heartbroken to hear that come in videos are not going to be this detail. I hope that his navigate and we can have a good rundown on every detail us in this video. I just happen to think that when the Director change the shot from the front and swap places and he goes to the back, he shows that the Fran was a façade and now heHe’s showing it what is behind the scene. The true about hiding the people under the floor. It’s a behind the scene behind the scene ,scene.

  • Hugh Hunt
    Hugh Hunt27 ditë më parë

    The opening scene is like a separate movie, its that good!!!

  • kierkegaardrulez
    kierkegaardrulez27 ditë më parë

    Great stuff! I think "duplicitous" is pronounced with a soft "c" though, innit? Unless you're ancient Roman.

  • Bratzo Zivadinovic
    Bratzo Zivadinovic27 ditë më parë

    do you have more scenes or videos?

  • Tony Fallico
    Tony Fallico27 ditë më parë

    I never noticed until now that you can see the Col’s ear plugs in at one of the last shots

  • adam vigil
    adam vigil27 ditë më parë

    I think the close up scene at 2:10 is his way of getting ready to turn on his poker/bluff face. If you can imagine yourself on that stoop sitting waiting, atleast me! I can picture myself doing the same stuff knowing I'm about to have to lie and cover my scared emotions. I also think that's why he remains sitting during that scene to collect himself and slow his heart rate down, wich I'm sure is tearing his chest apart having to remain calm and act normal until they arrive, and not do anything to alarm them as they roll up.

  • Jesse 1437
    Jesse 143728 ditë më parë

    I think I just found my latest yootoob channel addiction. 👍

  • Casual Guy
    Casual Guy28 ditë më parë

    Why do you only have three videos on your channel? This form of video is what I was looking for! I want to know more about cinematography (just for fun tbh) and there are so few good channels out there

  • James F
    James F28 ditë më parë

    also the win is probably in the cellar

  • Arkile
    Arkile28 ditë më parë

    The reason he chose the milk over the wine was that he wanted to make a decision on what he would be drinking that way they would not know what it would be and therefore could not poison it beforehand

  • 1220b
    1220b28 ditë më parë

    Charlotte is amazingly beautiful.

  • Blue Eagle
    Blue Eagle28 ditë më parë

    The best opening scene in any movie. Made me fall in love with movie making

  • Nomi Malone
    Nomi Malone28 ditë më parë

    Fantastic film. One of his best.

  • Gerhard Wasowski
    Gerhard Wasowski28 ditë më parë

    you gotta continue on this channel this is hella good

  • Dude Man
    Dude Man28 ditë më parë

    Keep making these especially with Tarantino movies. Seriously this was very educational and entertaining. This content will blow your channel up if you keep going. Thanks a ton.

  • Dude Man

    Dude Man

    28 ditë më parë

    Also thanks to the algorithm for popping this up to so many people. Ride the wave while it’s still going like right now. Keep busting out the content.

  • Cookefan59
    Cookefan5928 ditë më parë

    I will still give this a thumbs up but your analysis in the first three minutes missed so much visual information and cues that I decided not to invest any more time in it. Nice going but too superficial. Keep at it though. This is not easy.

  • MigMig Johnson
    MigMig Johnson28 ditë më parë

    You addressed every possible minutia of the scene except for the fact that Landa's pipe was at least 5 X larger than LaPadite's.

  • MigMig Johnson
    MigMig Johnson28 ditë më parë

    If you apply at least half the level of scrutiny towards the 6 Million claim you'll find it's perhaps a little, if not very inflated.

  • Tom Cool
    Tom Cool28 ditë më parë

    The war propaganda never ends.

  • Molly Pitcher
    Molly Pitcher28 ditë më parë

    Excellent video but there’s only one. Please analyze more scenes from movies.

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