Steven Soderbergh's The Limey may seem like a strange choice for one of the top ten films in a playlist on film criticism. The narrator makes clear that the story is a simple tale of revenge, but it is Soderbergh's filmmaking techniques that earn the tale of memory, regret, and forgiveness a place on the list.
- Ask film students to film and then edit a scene that uses non-liner techniques to create an impact
- The film has an "R' rating; be sure of your school's policy on assigning such films to learners
- The review comes with a warning that it includes clips that depict graphic violence
- This video is hosted on YouTube
- The narrator details how the strategy of discontinuity editing adds to the emotional impact of the film