Oh thank goodness I'm not alone - thought it was just me being a wuss-pants I have to skip that scene everytime. I think it's because the camera is so close to her face, and we know/imagine whats happening beneath the water to that poor victim. It's extremely powerful and shocking. That plus the additional fact the actress really was in a lot of pain filming that scene (didn't she break, or crack a rib being pulled around in the water? Need to see the documentary again). The 'it hurts' screams being for real! I even find it tough getting through that scene on the soundtrack cd! Still absolutely stuns me that this film was/is only a PG!!!