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Katherine Lopez, a student from Dr. Hannigan's class at Peekskill High School

The shot I found most interesting is the one with the balloons and the cutter. At the beginning it showed a long pink balloon tied into a long white balloon. A type of cutter was pressing against the balloons, and I thought the balloons were going to pop. Instead, the cutter completely sliced through the balloons as if it was meat. It surprised me a little because balloons are meant to pop when something is forcing against it. The balloons made a squeaking noise (the noise when a balloon is about to burst) to make us think that the balloons were going to pop. Although, in the clip it was sliced through as if the balloons didn't have any air in them, and it definitely made more of a slicing noise, which interested me.

CATHLEEN HANNIGAN