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- Tekkonkinkreet is split into five chapters (Summer/Fall/Winter/Spring/Summer), each introduced by a title card.
- In Clerks, there are frequent chapter titles which appear in white font on a plain black screen briefly. Most of the chapter titles are single obscure vocabulary words, like "Perspicacity" or "Dénouement."
- Not only do many Quentin Tarantino films have chapter titles—they even share the same style: Title In with white font on a black screen.
- In Pulp Fiction, there are several chapter titles throughout the movie shown in underlined white font on a black screen, such as "THE BONNIE SITUATION" and "THE GOLD WATCH."
- In Kill Bill, there are ten numbered and titled chapters throughout Vol. 1 & 2 (five in each), appearing in white font on a black screen, such as "Chapter Nine: ELLE and I."
- In Inglourious Basterds, there are five numbered and titled chapters, appearing in white font on a black screen, such as "Chapter Four: OPERATION KINO."
- In The Hateful 8, there are six numbered and titled chapters, appearing in white font on a black screen, such as "Chapter Four: Domergue's Got a Secret."
- Director Lars von Trier loves this trope:
- Breaking the Waves has seven chapters and an epilogue introduced with Title Ins on landscape shots.
- Melancholia has a Two-Act Structure in which each part is named after one of the sisters and is shown on a Title Card.
- Nymphomaniac has eight chapters with proper chapter screens before each new section.
- Wes Anderson favors chaptering.
- Donnie Darko creates suspense by counting down the time to Donnie's death with the use of title cards throughout the movie, e.g. "October 10 1988 (Twenty Days Remain)".
- Kubrick's The Shining is loosely divided by chapter screens for each new day of the week.
- Each new day in Se7en gets its own Title In with the name of the weekday.
- Gus Van Sant's Elephant comes in twelve chapters each named after and focusing on a different character.
- Argentinian movie The Aura is broken down in chapters for each weekday, displayed as as Title In.
- Gone Girl has the days counting up on screen as the search for the missing wife progresses, e.g. "July 9th (four days gone)"
- Ugly chapters each new the day of the week.
- Each day in Jeepers Creepers 2 gets its own Title In.
- The Hunt has a Title In for each new month as the story progresses.
- The Number 23 labels each new day on screen.
- April Showers has "Monday", "Tuesday", and so on.