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Pearl Harbor - Night to Day
Before Rafe's plane goes down over France, it is early morning, still light out. When Rafe is telling Evelyn how he was rescued, a clip is shown of him evacuating his plane, but it is night out.
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the Pearl Harbor movie, either in theaters, DVD, or VHS
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Anonymous on 06-08-2001
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Jessiebabe writes:
He goes down in the morning and is rescued at night because he obviously wouldn't be saved as soon as he went down or else they wouldn't have reported that he had died.
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Vice writes:
Your slipup is not a slipup! Why? Well, reason one is because he was shot down over the English Channel, not over France. Reason two is because yes he was shot down durring the day, but he wasn't rescued until night.
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Sarah Taylor writes:
This is a slip up. When Rafe first hits the water it is day time. Then he comes back alive the film cuts back to when his plane hit the water, and in that scene it is now darkness. Fair enought he probably wasn't rescued until the night time, but they shouldn't have shown his plane crashing into the sea again. They should have just had him out of the plane but in the water.
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