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* Frequently used in ''CitizenKane''.
* A prominent example of an L cut occurs in the film ''TheSilenceOfTheLambs'' when Clarice is leaving her first interview with Dr. Lecter. She has just been humiliated and remembers her father arriving home from work one day when she was a child; after he picks her up and spins her around, the camera pans over to a passing truck and tilts up to the sky. Then we hear Clarice's sobs and cut back to her outside the mental institution, leaning on her car and crying.
* Used frequently for the endings of Scrubs, which will have JD's monologue cut away from him and to the others. The monologue always remains descriptive or relative to whoever is being shown, although whether JD knows this or not (sometimes he's still talking about his own problems or lessons and they just parallel) is dependent on the episode.

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* Frequently used in ''CitizenKane''.
''Film/CitizenKane''.
* A prominent example of an L cut occurs in the film ''TheSilenceOfTheLambs'' ''Film/TheSilenceOfTheLambs'' when Clarice is leaving her first interview with Dr. Lecter. She has just been humiliated and remembers her father arriving home from work one day when she was a child; after he picks her up and spins her around, the camera pans over to a passing truck and tilts up to the sky. Then we hear Clarice's sobs and cut back to her outside the mental institution, leaning on her car and crying.
* Used frequently for the endings of Scrubs, ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'', which will have JD's monologue cut away from him and to the others. The monologue always remains descriptive or relative to whoever is being shown, although whether JD knows this or not (sometimes he's still talking about his own problems or lessons and they just parallel) is dependent on the episode.
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