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Romeo and Juliet - Just Bad Lighting? I Think Not!
In the movie, watch Juliette's eyes closely. I the first couple of scenes, her eyes are brown, then through a couple more, they are green, and then brown, and occasionally blue. Contacts, or bad lights? What's up with that???
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Anonymous on 06-16-2001
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Matthew writes:
Some people, such as my girlfriend and I, have hazel-colored eyes. Most of the time, hazel eyes change color due to that person's mood. The color fluctuates from brown, green, and even an occasional, almost, purple.
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maryofmagdala writes:
Also, many people's eyes seem to change color in different light. Mine are green but look blue if I wear blue. Under the kind of lights you have to have for a movie, where there's a lot more manipulation of color required, I assume the effect would be even more pronounced.
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