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Aladdin - Birds
Go to the part where Jasmine lets the birds go free. When they fly away, they're white. But as soon as they hit the sky, they're blue.
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Anonymous on 08-02-2001
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harlequin writes:
I also noticed that when she opens the cage the first time and pets one of the birds they all stay in, but when she does it a second time they fly away.
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Jim writes:
I'm thinking it's because the birds are going toward the sun, thus starting the silhouette process (figures becomes darker and darker). That's what I can think of at the moment.
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Ceara writes:
Also, another thing I noticed in this scene is that the birds are very small, yet the holes in their 'cage' are very big, it seems that they could easily escape the cage.
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eminemgrl9320 writes:
Why would birds reflect?
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Ginks writes:
There could be a reflection from water on the birds.
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