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15 Minutes - Nose Prevails Over Cigarette
3/4 into the movie a lawyer is speaking to his client in the interrogation room. He offers him a cigarette and inserts it into his mouth and lights it for him as the prisoner hands are handcuffed behind him. He proceeds to smoke the cigarette without using his hands, just puffing and blowing the smoke from his mouth. A few more moments into their conversation and after the cigarette is finishing he brings his hand from his left side and scratches his nose due to some tingle he had. How can you bring your hand to your nose if you are handcuffed behind your back and if able to why didn't use his hands to smoke his cigarette?
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Anonymous on 08-20-2001
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fish500 writes:
I just watched this part again after reading this Slip-UP and I must disagree, his hands were never behind his back. Emil's (the prisoner) hands are in front of him. Before Emil and the lawyer sit down they are standing up watching the television and you can clearly see his hands are in front of him. You can also see his hands are under the table when sitting. When he scratches his nose he has to bring his face down (almost under the table) in order for his hands to scratch his face. I suppose he could have bent over to take the cigarette out of his mouth but there was no way to tap out the ashes which the lawyer was helping do.
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