Beauty in Cinema

Below is a clip of what I consider the most beautiful movie scene I’ve ever witnessed. It’s from the film adaptation of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, and it is the part where the main character, John Proctor, is being forced to admit to witchcraft under pain of death. This was the best video I could find of it….skip to the 2:50 mark to get right to the scene.

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