The paper deals with the problem of representability of entropic change, such as extreme violence or death by means of motion, i.e. moving pictures. It argues that film or moving images by nature are not capable of expressing or meaning once-for-all changes, contrary to the photograph. Moving images trigger a sense of continuity in the viewers, a feeling that takes its force from the thesis of the continuity of existence; a sense that things do not go out of existence whenever they move out of sight.