Long Take scene from Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
One of my favorite cinematic moments from last year

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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, 2017 Dir. Martin McDonagh DoP. Ben Davis OST Monsters Of Folk – His Master's Voice


AWESOMEPRESTON : So happy I got to see this in theaters. What a powerful scene; just adds to the unpredictability of this film. What an amazing movie

mark gfgfgfgfg : "See red I got issues with white folks too" *Dixon*

mojambo213 : just give the man the fucking oscar he deserves already... Edit: good :) thanks academy.

LACHLAN PAULL FILMS : This scene is so powerful, such good cinematography, you feel like you are in the scene.

SayMyName : The long take got my attention and it was unexpected income

Ali Sibtain : SOOOO happy he won the Oscar for best supporting Actor!!! Woo!!

Joseph Morris : Magnificent scene, really powerful and I knew immediately it would stay long in my memory. Fantastic movie, an instant classic, and Sam Rockwell truly deserves the Oscar for his performance.

Kevin Cheng : I remember seeing this scene in theaters and was without breath in just the craziness that ensured on screen, especially after the surprising scene that unfolded prior with Woody Harrison. Brilliant film.

ravishingravi : One of the very best and effective single takes.

mark gfgfgfgfg : Yes someone finally uploaded it, this scene should have like 2 million views such a breathtakingly good scene.

Lettuceman2049 : Rockwell's strut is what seals it!

Tommo : LOL I've never noticed that at the end of the scene, the cop shows his police badge, great detail

Frances Ann Knaggs : When this scene played on the big screen people were audibly sobbing and gasping in the theater...Sam Rockwell better win Best Supporting Actor for this or I will riot

Sav S : This scene is hard to watch because of the violence, but then it's so hard not to watch, at the same time.. because it's this scene. Scenes like this are scenes that make movies win Best Picture. No two ways about it

kentaurahv : Such a powerful scene, huh!

hipnhappenin : So I assume Red had to run down the stairs and get into position while Sam Rockwell broke the window, threw out the stunt guy, and face palmed the girl

Joe Boon Music : This scene was when I realised this film was a masterpiece. I didn't breathe throughout. The choice of song, the shot, the brutality, the performances. Ugh I will watch this film over and over.

Miroslav Harant : I remember how PISSED I was during this scene in the cinema. And, well, at the end, I was rooting for his character. What a plot twist.

Marco SoCal : Everyone is asking. Who the killer was. They found him. The key scene. Black Police Chief says. Good job Dixon. Good job.... Translation—- go kill him.

bleach4711 : This is easily one of the best scenes ever made! But even better if you hear what Willoughby was saying in his suicide note about "loving and helping people" right as the scene starts :')

Peachy Pearl : Loved this scene, watching it now even gave me goosebumps.

As Usm : One of the best scenes in cinema history

brandon242 : that monsters of folk song was just perfect with the scene too.

C Hutch109 : Could not imagine anyone else playing Dixon. By far the best supporting actor role of the year, adored Rockwell in this movie

Daniel Casttillo : Before the million 👌🏾

Futuristic Nostalgia : This......this scene is why this film will win best picture, this and the scene where the police station burns is why this movie is far better than shape of water or ladybird, no hate against those movies, but three billboards has the award this year fair and square

Stacy Mar : I love Sam Rockwell. So glad he won an Oscar for this role. Totally deserves it.

Kyle Demoderpifnlikskin : shaht ep

c17sam90 : This moment gives me one of the things I like most in films when you build up how dangerous a character can be. And then you see it for an instant.

RJCXDOfficial : Congrats on winning Sam

Marcus Caruso : I loved this scene, it’s really now one of my favorite movie scenes of all time. Every time I hear His’s Master Voice, I’m gonna replicate this scene lol.

Alex Cameron : If they messed it up they would have to replace the glass

thruheart : this is probably the best scene in the whole movie wow

Mason Freer : This is like a hardcore Wes Anderson movie, it's quirky and weird yet sad at the same time.

Jo Jo : one of the best scene in this great film. Sam Rockwell deserved the oscar...

Poxow : Notice how the camera is always below Dixon's eye level, making him appear more powerful.

Shadapper : This scene = pure gold

Lexlort : The frustrated stagger-like strut of Sam Rockwell fits this scene perfectly...A+++ film

Samuel Brodnitz : Movie was fine but this is just beautiful

Shreyans Sadangi : Just a regular scene with Det Santangelo and Det Freamon

K41 105 : 01:36 Det. Lester Freamon you lookin' at. :D

luisphotographic : The music makes it even better! Beautiful example of "Cinematography"

Alohurst Pictures : Most intense scene in all of recent cinema

Rigsby 1 : So much going on n that walk up the stairs. Fantastic

Erik Smith : Seriously though folks... Perfectly done scenes with such magnitude like this are few and far between. This scene is well beyond good.

Hans Mann : Soundtrack is perfect as well. Anybody knows the song ?

Daniel Langer : Such a powerful scene!

Very Nice : Don't worry mike will buy her a house

Ways of Peru : Sam Rockwell, another great actor who begin in comedy and now has an Oscar. Wonderfull. And great song, by the way.