We've all watched films and come across the odd scene that has left it's mark on us for better or worse. So this thread is for all those scenes that really made you take a moment to think about either those involved (if a factual film), or something that has happened in your own life. My starter for ten, is one of the closing scenes of A Bridge Too Far where the medic 'Taff' starts singing Abide With Me in the grounds of the Hotel Hartenstein surrounded by injured para's, who then all talk up the song. I've always felt it's a moving piece of cinematography that summed up the suffering of those men and the emotional toil it took on them. The ending to The Wild Bunch packs a punch as well. Apart from the slow motion violence that was ground breaking at the time, it also for me, a lover of Westerns, was calling time on these old 'cowboys' who'd rather go down fighting than live in the new 'West'.