Laura (USA 1944, Otto Preminger)
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"What has kept me thinking about this scene, these few brief seconds devoid of dialogue and presenting little action? The answer lies in this minute detail: in his right hand, McPherson [Dana Andrews] holds the key to Laura's [Gene Tierney] apartement, and as he examines the crime scene, he holds the key at his side and swings it back and forth – subtly, freely, nonchalantly. It is the repetitive and varying motion of the key swinging in his hand that I find so mesmerizing."
Christian Keathley (2006): Cinephilia and History, or The Wind in the Trees. Bloomington, S. 164.
Eine genauere Analyse der Szene im Sinne einer cinephiliac anecdote lässt sich ebd. unter S.