Corrected entry: The Machine is powered by a water wheel that takes a while to get going (not to mention how long that flood gate took to open and whatever moves the water down the slough). However, when the Count switches it off, and an instant later the camera cuts to a wide shot - the Machine has stopped completely. It should have slowed gradually to a halt because of inertia.
Question: When Buttercup confronts a masked Westley, she says that she loved more deeply than a killer like him ever dreamed. Westley's response is to raise a hand as if to hit her, but he stops and says that was a warning and that where he comes from, there are penalties when a woman lies. In what way was Buttercup lying?
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