By warner music
The clip fresh look from Se7en (1995)
Let's take a fresh look at these. The corpse is there, but...
Look through it. Edit out your initial shock.
The trick is to find one item, one detail and focus on it until it's an exhausted possibility.
I'll get another beer. Beer?
The sins were used in medieval sermons.
7 cardinal virtues, 7 deadly sins used as teaching tools.
Yeah. Like in...
"The Parson's Tale," and Dante.
You read them?
Parts. Remember in "Purgatory"...
Dante and his buddy climb up the hill and check out all the sinners?
The Seven Terraces of Purgation.
But there pride comes first, not gluttony.
For now let's consider the books as the killer's inspiration.
The sermons were about atonement for sin.
These murders are like forced attrition.
Attrition's when you regret your sins, but not because you love God.
Because there's a gun in your face.
Totally unrelated victims.
And no witnesses of any kind.
Which I don't get because the fucker had to get back out.
In any major city, minding your own business is a science.
In rape prevention, the first thing they teach you is never cry for help.
Always yell, "Fire!".
Nobody answers help.
Holler "fire," they'll come.
That's fucked up.
He must have left another puzzle piece.
The clip music-for-people from The Night James Brown Saved Boston Extra3 . Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
The clip sgt-drucker-asks-charlene-to-cooperate from Heat (1995) with Al Pacino, Al Pacino. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Yeah. Yeah, Vincent, I got a live one. Okay, I'll hold. Come on, sugar. Show yourself. Yeah, do it. Shut up! Now, just one second at the window... ...and it's all over.