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Fifth Element, The - The Amazing Self-Washing Stones
After Corbon Dallas (Bruce Willis) runs over to the blue alien diva who got shot, he takes the stones out of her and they're covered and probably stained in blue blood. When they go to the place where they align all the stones they're magically washed and are their normal color. And I didn't see them stop by any laundry mat along the way, they went straight to Earth in that little alien ship.
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Duo God of Death on 03-20-2001
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Comments:
Soukey writes:
It was a two hour trip and who knows what facilities Zorg's ship has. Even a commercial airliner of today has lavatories. There was a seperate cabin LeeLoo lay down in. Running water in Zorg's ship is quite likely.
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tigerlily writes:
If you notice, Korben handed the jacket to the priest, who was sitting in the co-pilot seat. He probably started wiping them off with Korben's jacket if nothing else.
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King Me, the Great writes:
Twztd, the water stone didn't open (assuming it was washed in water) because it wasn't set in it's place at the Temple. ---KMeTG
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twztd writes:
If he washed the stones off with water, wouldn't the water element stone have opened?
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