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Pearl Harbor - Night Time Date?
When Ben and Kate are out on there first date and they get a small boat out to the navy ship then get on to the cleaners ledge or whatever you want to call it, it is clearly night time and is pitch dark. But when they are just about to kiss and the camera angle changes, it is light behind them. Then in the next scene, it's back to darkness!
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just the film and your eyes
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Anonymous on 08-02-2001
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Comments:
Mari writes:
I thought this at first when I saw the movie as well. But, since the boat behind them is a bright light-bluish color, from one angle, it looks like the sky. But when the view is from far away, you can see that the boat is what makes it look like daylight.
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A fan writes:
The spotlights along the waterline that are lighting the boat also give the appearance of daylight as they are reflected off of the boat.
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~*Blondie*~ writes:
There are lights all along the cables that were holding up the platform they were on. they reflected off the boat and made it look light out.
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*SaMaNtHa* writes:
It's all the lights on the ship. I thought this too, then realised the spotlights...
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