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That’s it, thank you very much both of you! DoctorThirteen, I think you could be right. That gif exists elsewhere on the internet with Angie’s name attached. I can’t find anymore on it, it seems possible it could be from a programme called Rizzoli and Isles, but it’s all very vague. I’ll leave it open in case anyone knows more, but thank you very much. Puts current world events into perspective. Backing up what keybored says, you can see a clip from that scene at 3:25 here: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=779928969129556 It might be The Hidden. It has aliens taking over peoples bodies and policeman fighting them, but I’m not sure of that specific scene is in it. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hidden_(film) Paul either poisoned himself or did it with Bev’s assistance. When he’s preaching to them all about drinking the poison he talks about he he was afraid to do it but he took a leap of faith or something, so it wasn’t done without his consent. And earlier in the series there was a very ominous shot of Bev putting the poison back on the shelf, too long after the dog died for it to be related to that, but not long before Paul died. So in summary, I think he was willingly poisoned with Bev’s assistance. I wondered if it was something like that, thank you. and Unforgiven https://www.originalfilmart.com/products/unforgiven-1992-undated I think it's "Que idiota – coño", which means what an idiot – damn. The last word actually means female genitalia, but it's used in Spanish in the same sense English speakers would interject 'damn' into a sentence. Unless of course I'm wrong; it's hard to hear, and my Spanish is rubbish, so maybe someone else can do a better job. The Arrangement. It's not in France, it's in England. I literally just watched it, 11 years after you asked. I hope I'm not too late. Excellent, glad to help. The War Wagon https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_War_Wagon Halfway down this page there is a description of that scene: https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Film/TheWarWagon Billy tricks Wild Horse into taking a swig from a whiskey bottle filled with nitroglycerine. When Wild Horse spits it out and angrily throws away the bottle, the resulting explosion gives the gang the distraction they need to fight back. I think it’s Some Mother’s Do ‘ave Em, and this is the scene: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qlwQVElQcIk There seems to be a problem on this site, not just for this film, where if you start typing the title and the choose it from the dropdown suggestions it works, but if you press return and then choose it, it takes you back to the homepage. Or maybe the other way round, but try both ways and you’ll see. Watch it, it will change your life. I'm in the UK. It's incredible we can have an intercontinental conversation about this 35-year-old forgotten, mediocre film. What a world! I just watched it on DVD. It’s okay but I wouldn’t go out of your way to see it. Unless you like seeing films with dummies that look like Christoph Waltz. Maybe the tiger ate a zombie and caught the virus that way. People don’t usually bite zombies, but maybe they would turn into zombies if they did, I guess all you need is for the virus to enter your bloodstream. Oh right. Saucy. Thank you. Marvellous, glad to help. It’s not outside and it’s not done by a a henchman, but there are henchmen and a private eye present when a crime boss bottles his own girlfriend in The Long Goodbye. You can watch that scene here: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7t7gG3XVqW0