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Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country - Shoddy Timekeeping
On the bridge of the Enterprise, you may notice a red LED 'clock' behind the actors, just above head height. If you watch carefully, the time displayed jumps about all over the place! (Note: I know stardates are supposed to be relative to position and speed of the ship in the universe etc. but the ship is stationary.)
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Anonymous on 01-01-2000
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John Bogen writes:
The clock times do seem to be somewhat inconsistent. However, the slip-ups are only noticeable if you write the times down each scene, then review them. If you just watch the movie, they are not noticeable.
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Phil writes:
Ha! That's funny, though it totally doesn't surprise me. Eye-rolling mystical technology.
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rabsnz writes:
There's nothing shoddy about the time keeping... because the red LED is a 24 hour clock with hours, minutes and seconds. That's why it's always changing cause last time I checked, time doesn't stop just because you're standing still.
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Jade Krishna Spock Martini Zim Venture Vasquez writes:
It's most likely that the people didn't want to stop the clock every time they switched scenes or took a break. Give them a break, guys.
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