flash-forward


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  • noun

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a transition (in literary or theatrical works or films) to a later event or scene that interrupts the normal chronological development of the story

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Flash-Forward (9pm) New drama following the work of FBI agent Mark Benford after the world's population suffers a simultaneous blackout.
And we had the show's first flash-forward, where it was revealed that, at the very least, Jack (Matthew Fox) and Kate (Evangeline Lilly) had escaped from the island and returned to civilization, only for a battered and beleaguered Jack to pine to return to his tropical hell.
Flash-forward seven years, and we have Rollyson quoting the poet Edward Field for unsubstantiated gossip about Ms.
But we're jumping ahead because this scene is actually a flash-forward - yes, you've got to keep your wits about you in British director Alan Parker's typically super-charged tale which proves to be full of twists, red herrings and blind alleys.
What Johnson's flash-forward does is shift readers' attention from the action of the narrative to the actions of his characters - from a cinematic emphasis on story, in other words, to a moral emphasis on deeds and consequences.
com had reported that there is no flash-forward in the opening scene of "Castle" Season 6.
Yes, it does sound a bit like Flash-Forward on Five.
Bad points: It's a shame the tension is reduced by a flash-forward at the start, which shows he survived several brushes with death.
A show source says: "Kylie plays Epponnee in a flash-forward fantasy scene to her wedding day.
Case in point: The movie's great flash-forward opening where two barely clad blond women and a self-serving twit scamper through the woods followed by a man brandishing a serrated knife.
He is also a speaker at several technology conferences including Flash-Forward, FileMaker Developer Conference and MacWorld Expo.
Flash-forward to 1997: I was still pounding the pavement in Los Angeles, trying to figure out the whole thing about being gay and being an actor.
They were doing phenomenal work then, and if you flash-forward to the present, the amount of research and development that goes into their products is still amazing.
The opening scene is a flash-forward and Hank (Dean Norris) will be the backbone when the AMC's hit drama series returns for its swan-song on August 11, 2013.
Flash-forward to September 11 and October 7, the start of the warfare era.