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Nightmare on Elm Street, A - The Lights Are on but No One's Home
This one comes from the scene when Nancy checks on Rod in her dream, with Glen in her bedroom watching. After Nancy wakes up screaming, and berates Glen, we hear her mother coming. Nancy hurries Glen outside her window, where we can see that the lights in her room are clearly on. However, her mother doesn't turn on the lights until she enters the room in the next frame.
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Shawn on 10-01-2001
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Heidi Prickett writes:
Nancy probably hurried up and turned the lights off so her mother could turn them back on and think that she had been sleeping.
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