The reason for this montage is to quicken the

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The reason for this montage is to quicken the movement of time, to tell a critical piece of the story in an exceptionally abridged, intense and rapid way. In the main grouping they are both very youthful, very little more seasoned than in the past scene. They are love birds and discuss how they went to six gatherings the prior night. In every one of the initial three successions, Emily makes dissensions about the daily paper Charles is running, about how much time he spends there, and about a portion of the substance. She gets progressively irritated with Charles'
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response; however, he remains marginally perky and half-playfully declares his want to be president one day. The fourth succession is about Emily's aversion for Bernstein, and Charles' request to have total control, denying Emily her way. The fifth highlights this considerably additionally, being the most limited of the successions, with just a single shot of and line from each. Charles snaps that individuals will think what he instructs them to think he turns into the requesting controlling man he will be for the rest of the film. The 6th and last succession here is in all out hush, indicating them sitting as far separated as they can at the table, both perusing daily papers. Charles is perusing his own daily paper, The Inquirer, while Emily is perusing The Chronicle, The Inquirer's adversary. This is a purposeful and marginally adolescent endeavor by her to irritate Charles, with her taking observable care to guarantee he can see that she is perusing this opponent paper rather than his.
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