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Mark Hamilton  - I loved the dialogue-free sequence when Anakin and Padmé are staring out over Coruscant , ... Anakin is in turmoil about what to do -- obey Master Windu and stay at the temple or go to stop them from killing Palpatine, his only chance of saving his love. That reminded me of what I think is the most powerful Star Wars scene of all, when in Empire Leia and Han stare at each other desperately as Han is lowered into the carbonite chamber. Nothing can be more desperate and emotion-stirring than when the person you love most in the world is in peril. Everyone can relate to that.

I loved the dialogue-free sequence when Anakin and Padmé are staring out over Coruscant , ... Anakin is in turmoil about what to do -- obey Master Windu and stay at the temple or go to stop them from killing Palpatine, his only chance of saving his love. That reminded me of what I think is the most powerful Star Wars scene of all, when in Empire Leia and Han stare at each other desperately as Han is lowered into the carbonite chamber. Nothing can be more desperate and emotion-stirring than when the person you love most in the world is in peril. Everyone can relate to that.

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Paul Haggis  - [In an artfully drawn-out chase sequence - one of Haggis's personal highlights - Hitchcock pushes our mixed feelings about the central characters even further. Bruno is rushing to plant Guy's lighter at the murder scene (with Guy in hot pursuit) when he accidentally drops it down a drain. Hitchcock's camera lingers voyeuristically over him as he struggles to retrieve it.] I'll never forget watching Bruno squeeze his hand down through that metal grate, ... Seeing the sweat forming on his brow, feeling his pain as the lighter remains just beyond reach.

[In an artfully drawn-out chase sequence - one of Haggis's personal highlights - Hitchcock pushes our mixed feelings about the central characters even further. Bruno is rushing to plant Guy's lighter at the murder scene (with Guy in hot pursuit) when he accidentally drops it down a drain. Hitchcock's camera lingers voyeuristically over him as he struggles to retrieve it.] I'll never forget watching Bruno squeeze his hand down through that metal grate, ... Seeing the sweat forming on his brow, feeling his pain as the lighter remains just beyond reach.

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