Teller will reteam with his whiplash director Chazelle on La La Land, which starts shooting in the spring.
Yet the whiplash still occurs, as the Escobar case illustrates.
Aly, a journalist and historian in Berlin, is no stranger to the whiplash Holocaust genre.
Much of the action in whiplash requires serious suspension of disbelief.
We have Damien Chazelle at the beginning of his career with whiplash.
Rankin raised his arm and brought the whiplash whistling down upon the broad shoulders.
"When you came through the town you waked me up like a whiplash," he was saying.
Lack of sleep and lack of food supplies were sapping his lanky body of the whiplash swiftness and wiry strength it once possessed.
What was a boy's whiplash, that his resentment of it; should set all his future life in jeopardy?
With the dignity of a queen she passed on and out of sight, leaving him with the sting of a whiplash on his face.
whiplash whip·lash (wĭp'lāsh')