Any fan of Brian DePalma’s Blow-Out (1981) and Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1966 Blow-Up will tell you that the two films are very similar. Blow-Out features a soundman inadvertently recording a murder while Blow-Up finds a counterculture London photographer taking a picture of a murder. DePalma’s film descends into heavy paranoia while Antonioni’s is more a cultural examination. Filmmaker Drew Morton has created Cross-Cut a short film that syncs together the two films, in addition to The Conversation from 1974. The three films are cut together perfectly and offer a different, unique look at the three classic films.