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Man in shower with a shotgun?

A movie scene shot in black and white:
A black man hides in a bathroom. He hides behind the shower curtain and sits in the bath tub. He has a double-barreled shotgun. He waits for someone to enter the room. Someone does – we don't know who. We can only hear footsteps. The footsteps come closer, the intruder is about to pull the curtain – and then the man shoots.
asked Jul 6, 2014 in Name That Movie by Bastardo (1 point)
When was it made, when did you see it? Do you remember more details?
I never saw the whole movie. I only saw this one clip in a movie program, possibly on the European MTV. This must have been in the 90's. The movie could have been a then-new indie movie or a rereleased classic. I believe the movie was shot in a wide aspect ratio. The scene had a carefully designed feel with deliberate pacing and some extreme close-ups. It was night. The climate may have been tropical. No words were spoken.