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America's Sweethearts - Disappearing Tinted Glass
Check out the scene where the two limos stop in the desert road to discuss who's going to arrive first. Both limos roll up and down their very dark tinted windows. You get a couple of good close up shots, specially of John Cusack. Then watch the scene where they arrive to the resort. The first limo opens and the diva in the movie comes out of it. Then they do a close up on John's limo. Where did the tinted windows go? The window is up, but it is a clear glass. Even the rear window is clear glass.
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theloneabalone on 08-02-2001
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cassarina writes:
I don't think the director would have made such an obvious slipup for that reason. Yes, he wanted to show John Cusack's face, but there are other ways in doing so. Why wouldn't he have him roll down the window or shoot his reaction from inside the car? If that was on purpose, they was a very poor judgement call on the director's part.
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Deia_jazz writes:
You do know there is such an invention as "Reaction Glass" ask any one who wears glass's they are now very common and i assume a high Class Car Like a Limo whould have this , Reaction Glass goes dark/Tinted when the sun is on them and see thru when the sun is not , and there is also an Electrical Reaction Glass that can be controlled with the power of Electricity . Maybe a high Class Car Like a Limo whould have this.Just a thought
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Karen writes:
I don't think this is a slip-up. Obviously the director wanted to show Eddie's reaction to seeing Gwen again after so long. However, the director was going for the effect of how Eddie looks THROUGH the window at her, and how would that be possible if they showed the window as a tinted one? Basically, the director assumed the audience knew the windows were tinted based on previous scenes, and that the reason it was clear now was just to show Eddie's reaction.
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