Flicks in Pieces is a weekly feature devoted not to entire movies, but to the individual parts of them that we love and loathe.
Movies can stay with us, but brief moments from them can stay with us even longer. Luis Bunuel's infamous%uFFFDshort film%uFFFDUn chien andalou featured a straight razor slashing an eyeball open, among its other delights. Sometimes you wish your own memory had a rewind-and-erase feature to get those particular pictures out of your head.
What snippets of%uFFFDvisual filmmaking%uFFFD-- the terrifying, disgusting and shocking, sure, but maybe also the dazzling or heartbreaking -- have been hardest to shake, invading your thoughts for days, weeks or years afterward?