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Cleopatra - Cleopatra on the Sphinx
When Cleopatra comes into Rome on her black Sphinx, watch the close-up of the back of her head where it is sunny, and then when they show the long-distance shot. You can see that there are shadows on her from the long distance shot which would not have been able to move on her so quickly between shots.
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Jabba the Hutt on 06-08-2001
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enna_hteb writes:
The photographer/videographer (the guy who composes the scenes) of Cleopatra was notoriously picky. When they began filming the entrance into Rome, they filmed about half of it, and then the photographer/videographer guy decided that the sun wasn't in the right place, and they had to wait about 3 months for the seasons to change so that the sun would be in the right place in the sky. You can check this for yourself, I heard it from the AMC documentary on the making of Cleopatra.
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