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25th Jul '17 6:31:46 PM RacattackForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/PussInBoots'': TheReveal of [[spoiler: the BigBad' identity]] is accompanied by several shots of previous scenes, revealing that he was present in each one.

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* ''WesternAnimation/PussInBoots'': ''WesternAnimation/PussInBoots'' has a humorous version of this, with TheReveal of [[spoiler: the BigBad' identity]] is being accompanied by several shots of previous scenes, revealing that he was present in each one.one to increasingly absurd degrees.
13th Jul '17 11:50:21 AM VVK
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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'', this happens twice. First, a replay of the destruction of Nibelheim from Sephiroth's point of view reveals that [[ItWasHisSled Cloud was never there]] and his memories are fake. The second time, we see the incident from Cloud's point of view with his real memories restored, and find out he ''was'' there after all: he was the [[FacelessGoons masked guard]] who followed Zack and Sephiroth around and barely said a word.

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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'', this happens twice. First, a replay of the destruction of Nibelheim from Sephiroth's point of view reveals that [[ItWasHisSled Cloud was never there]] and his memories are fake.fake; a guy called Zack was there in his place. The second time, we see the incident from Cloud's point of view with his real memories restored, and find out he ''was'' there after all: he was the [[FacelessGoons masked guard]] who followed Zack and Sephiroth around and barely said a word.
13th Jul '17 11:48:52 AM VVK
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* In ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'', Chapter 59 ("[[WhamEpisode bROKEN]]"), we are shown a scene twice. [[http://www.sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/20090805 The first time]], we are seeing the scene the way Torg remembers it. Later, [[http://www.sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/090819 we learn that Torg is suppressing memories]], and we [[http://www.sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/090820 see the scene the way it really happened]] '''(major spoilers, of course)'''.
** Done again in Chapter 67, where scenes are revisited and expanded showing [[spoiler: what the elves are really doing while Bun-Bun is setting up his new casino.]]

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* ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance''
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In ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'', Chapter 59 ("[[WhamEpisode bROKEN]]"), we are shown a scene twice. [[http://www.sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/20090805 The first time]], we are seeing the scene the way Torg remembers it. Later, [[http://www.sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/090819 we learn that Torg is suppressing memories]], and we [[http://www.sluggy.com/comics/archives/daily/090820 see the scene the way it really happened]] '''(major spoilers, of course)'''.
course)'''. The scene is foreshadowed throughout the story as Torg keeps seeing different women sitting in front of him in a certain position, which he later figures are distorted memories hinting at the ones he's suppressing.
** Done again in Chapter 67, where scenes are revisited and expanded showing [[spoiler: what the elves are really doing while Bun-Bun is setting up his new casino.]]
14th Jun '17 11:32:41 PM jtierney50
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** And again, the stinger of ''Film/AntMan'' is revealed to be a scene from ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', although the rough context of the scene was pretty easy to guess.
6th Jun '17 4:49:57 PM luiz4200
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS12E18TrilogyOfError During]] "Lisa's Day", Chief Wiggum unwittingly lets Fat Tony know there's someone with a bug to record his conversation. Afterwards, Wiggum, Lisa and the viewers hear gunshots from Fat Tony's side. "Bart's Day" reveals to the viewers the noise to be some fireworks lit by Bart to use a distraction while he and Milhouse escape.
15th May '17 2:57:21 PM Lemia
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* The first half of ''Film/TheHandmaiden'' shows Sookee working together with Fujiwara to con Lady Hideko into marrying the latter. Then the second half of the film shows the events from Hideko's perspective and we learn that [[spoiler:not only was Sookee actually the one being conned by Fujiwara and Hideko, but she and Hideko eventually teamed up together to con Fujiwara]].
14th May '17 1:25:13 PM SteveMB
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Not to be confused with RashomonStyle, which is the retelling of the same story from different (warped) perspectives. Again, compare with Rewatch Bonus, in which the same scenes have a different meaning on a second viewing of the work, perhaps because the TwistEnding [[TheEndingChangesEverything changed your perception of earlier events]]. Can overlap with NecroCam.

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Not to be confused with RashomonStyle, which is the retelling of the same story from different (warped) perspectives.perspectives, or CliffhangerCopout, in which the [[{{Retcon}} established facts are changed]] rather than reinterpreted. Again, compare with Rewatch Bonus, in which the same scenes have a different meaning on a second viewing of the work, perhaps because the TwistEnding [[TheEndingChangesEverything changed your perception of earlier events]]. Can overlap with NecroCam.
21st Apr '17 2:52:53 PM beergood
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** The early parts of ''Film/{{Interstellar}}'' are spliced in with interviews with elderly people, supposedly on how life was during the Great Depression and 1930s Dust Bowl. The ending scenes reveal that those interviews were part of a museum exhibit on a space station about the early parts of the film, which are set in the future.

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** The early parts of ''Film/{{Interstellar}}'' are spliced in with interviews with elderly people, supposedly on how life was during the Great Depression Clutch Plague and 1930s Dust Bowl. The ending scenes reveal that those interviews were part of a museum exhibit on a space station about the early parts of the film, which are set in the future.


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** In season 4 of ''Series/{{Angel}}'', Faith breaks out of prison to help take down Angelus. After a brutal fight, he manages to get the upper hand and drinks her blood with the intention of making her a vampire... End episode. The next episode opens with a flashback that shows Faith pumping herself full of magical heroin before the fight, then cutting back to Angelus keeling over unconscious with her blood on his lips.
-->'''Faith:''' [[GoOutWithASmile Kicked his ass.]] *coma*
1st Apr '17 9:25:03 PM DustSnitch
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* The life of the [[MessianicArchetype Redeemer]] in ''Literature/SeekersOfTheSky'' is recalled in more and more detail throughout the duology, eventually revealing the crucial differences between him and {{Jesus}} (whom he replaced in this AlternateHistory).

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* The life of the [[MessianicArchetype Redeemer]] in ''Literature/SeekersOfTheSky'' is recalled in more and more detail throughout the duology, eventually revealing the crucial differences between him and {{Jesus}} UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}} (whom he replaced in this AlternateHistory).
26th Mar '17 12:17:49 PM lavendermintrose
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* Emotional example in ''Anime/MarginalNumber4'' - the show begins with the titular [[IdolSinger idol unit]]'s debut, with them preparing right before they go on stage. Episode 9 is mostly a flashback to when they first formed - [[RagtagBunchOfMisfits they didn't get along at first]], and the flashback shows how they learned to use their differences as a strength instead of a weakness, and become incredibly close friends. The end of episode 9 shows the same scene from the beginning (but with different music) and the emotion is completely different once you've seen the work that led up to it.
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