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Steel Magnolias - Shelby's Hair
When Truvy (Dolly Parton) is doing Shelbys (Julia Roberts) hair before her wedding, right before her insulin attack, her hair changes more times than a traffic light. In every scene her hair is different, it is parted different, curled different, has different clips, bows, etc. This is a horrible slip up that ruins the movie for me every time I see it. Once you see it, you will forever be changed.
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Talia on 11-06-2001
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Duh? writes:
Isn't the point of going to a beauty salon to try different hair styles? I know when I got married I tried many different things until I found the right one.
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MrsDourdan writes:
The original slip-up is right - the hair changes dramatically from one shot to the next, in what's supposed to be a continuous conversation. Not trying out hairstyles. As far as "ruining the whole movie," I personally wasn't that traumatized. Noticeable, but not heartbreaking.
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ashley writes:
I understand what Talia meant by being tramitized by it. She's like me. She likes her movies to be as realistic as possible; they just fall into them and get caught up in them so much, that when something unrealistic happens (unless it's fictional) it just ruins the whole thing.
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cassarina writes:
I disagree! I just watched it this morning and I will admit that I noticed how quickly her hair would go from down to pinned up, but it was not jumping back and forth. Her hair starts down. Then Truvy teases the front and pulls it back and pins it. Then she pulls pieces of it back and pins them (this part happens rather fast.) AND... it was not traumatizing.
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