The Terminator

James Cameron (US, 1984, 108 min.)

Sent back in time to kill Sarah Connor before she can bear her son John, who will later lead the resistance against Skynet, the Terminator comes to California in the form of Arnold Schwarzenegger. The man also sent back in time to battle him is Kyle Reese (Michael Biehn), a member of the resistance whose mission it is to protect Sarah from the cyborg.

Landing naked in the city and pursued by police, Reese breaks into a department store to find some clothes. As policemen pass by, he steps into a photobooth to put on his shoes and velcro pants and hide from the authorities.

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Contributed by Brian

A policeman walks by the tell-tale exterior of a photobooth, and it looks as though no one is inside.
The policeman passes; still no one inside.
Reese's feet emerge, sporting some brand-new Nikes.
Reese does up the velcro on his Nikes and prepares to escape.
The camera moves upward and we see Reese, brandishing a pistol, poking his head out from behind the photobooth curtain. The classic "Photographs" sign is above, lit up even though the store is closed.