Reese (John Vernon) and Walker (Lee Marvin): "I need your help!"
Walker reunited with wife Lynne. Happy homecoming, not. This shot goes on forever, encapsulating Walker's stoic silence and Lynne's trancelike sorrow, Boorman turning the frame into a merciless trap that she can only escape through suicide.
Four shots from the dream Walker has whilst sleeping in Lynne's house:
Marvin's body langauge and Boorman's slow motion emphasises the kickback punishment of firing a gun - a self-enervating force;
Five shots from 'The Movie House' sequence, which particularly reveals Welles' influence:
Hell is a go-go club.
Walker puts the boot into one of his attackers;
A soul singer coaxing an audience member into singing with him: Ahhhh!
...and he sinks back into the shadows. Is he dead, dreaming, or has he simply realised he has been used, and that his quest is futile?