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7. Which of the following is NOT a form of continuity editing?
A. Lap dissolve
B. shot/reverse/shot
C. match cut
D. 180 degree system
E. eyeline matches
8. Which of the following is the sign of ironic destiny in Bob, The Gambler?
A. Marc, the pimp, gets shot
B. The croupier (the man who works in the casino) betrays them
C. Bob has the best gambling night of his life and makes a fortune
D. Anne gets the apartment
E. The policeman consoles Bob with the idea he will only go to jail for a few years
9. Anxiety, according to Jean-Paul Sartre, is the fear of falling off of a cliff:
A. TRUE B. FALSE
10. Who first used the word "film noir" as a descriptive term in the postwar period?
A. American critics
B.
Borde and Chaumeton
C. German critics
D. Raymond Chandler
E. Alfred Hitchcock
11. What role does the subplot involving Lola Dietrichson (the daughter) and Nino (her boyfriend)
play in Double Indemnity?
A. It's a mere distraction in the plot
B. Lola's breakup with him proves she is pure
C. Phyllis' involvement with him proves to Walter just how rotten she really is
D. The film suggests that he will kill Walter Neff for revenge
E. It turns out he's the true killer of Mr. Dietrichson.

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