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Interview With The Vampire - Blinking Dead
Louis tells the man that coffins are a necessity, and then he says "The Blood i was to find, was a necessity as well." It cuts to a shot of a tavern, and then you see Louis and Lestat sitting with a lady who pours Lestat a drink and says "Once you taste this, you will never go to another tavern again." Lestat and Louis eventually feed off her, and Louis says that he will not take her life, but Lestat say "I've already done it for you." Then her drops her head on the table, and throws her some change. When he drops her head on the table you can see her eyes blink slightly. Try watching it in slow motion if you can't catch this one.
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vampirekitty417 writes:
Even though the dead tavern girl flinched after she was supposed to be dead, it's not weird because after someone dies, their nerved take a while to stop working. Dead people often twitch in the moments right after death.
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BATman writes:
The man with the pole was fanning the room, he was a slave working in the tavern. He was waving the pole which in turn waves a huge fan to cool the room. They did not have motorized fans back in the 1700's. And such a packed room would get quite hot.
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Whit writes:
In the tavern scene, while it shows Lestat watching Louis and the wh*re walking away, Lestat then walks across the room upstairs and looks out over the railing. When it shows him turn around and start to walk, there is a black man holding a long pole... perhaps a crew member, holding one of those tools for sound? I doubt in those days, men in taverns liked to hold long sticks out of hobby.
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