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    If I'm referring to a bunch of situations occurred in a movie, is correct to refer of them as a 'compilation of sequences'?

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    Re: little question

    Quote Originally Posted by saeta View Post
    If I'm referring to a bunch of situations occurring in a movie, is it correct to refer to them as a 'compilation of sequences'?
    Generally not, unless the sequences have been edited (compiled) to form a compilation. If you are only talking about selected sequences in a movie - for example, all the sequences where a shark appears in Jaws - that's not a compilation.
    I would call it a 'set' or 'group' of sequences.

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