Slow-motion multitasking

The Gif above is the famous slow-motion walking scene that opens Reservoir Dogs.

To me, this is the single most memorable and seminal moment in a classic movie. The combination of the change of pace allied to the background music is in such contrast to the speed of movement, action, dialogue throughout the whole movie after that point.

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