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Jaws 4 - Woman on Banana Boat Getting Eaten
Just over an hour into “Jaws: The Revenge”, a young woman riding on a banana boat is snatched off the boat and gets violently eaten by the huge shark. Tightly clenched in the shark’s teeth, the screaming woman firmly grips the beast by its upper jaw with her left hand after getting bitten and splashes down with the shark into the bloody water. Moments later, she vigorously kicks, flails, and struggles as the shark bites into her lower body and holds her in its mouth just above the waterline. All the while, she continues to grip the shark’s upper jaw with her left hand.
Seconds later, the woman—now dead—is lying on her back in the water with her left arm and hand floating freely on the surface as the massive shark slowly drags her body into the depths to be eaten or spit out. A camera underwater shows the shark pulling the woman down, still tightly clenching and biting into her dead body, which jolts and sways lifelessly with the shark’s movements. However, the woman now has her left arm tucked firmly in front of her like she did while she was writhing and struggling in the shark’s mouth above the surface. Though we cannot see her left hand, her arm is rigid and unmoving (no longer floating freely as it was after the shark killed her), despite the significant jostling of her body by the shark. So, it appears that, after death, she gripped the shark and is now tightly holding onto it while trapped in its teeth and jaws.
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Unedited version of "Jaws: The Revenge"
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Anonymous on 12-11-2006
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