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Fast and the Furious, The - Moving Bullet Wound
When that guy is hanging onto the truck at the end, and he's hanging over by the passenger side door. The truck driver shoots him in the ribs and you can see it. When Brian is calling the ambulance, he says the guy has a close range shot to his leg which is way off!
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retarson on 11-06-2001
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Lynn writes:
If you watch the movie with the "captions" on, you will see that when Brian is on the phone with the ambulance he says that the guy has a close range shot to his left FLANK, which is "the section of flesh on the body of a person between the last rib and the hip; the side." Watch it with captions, and you will see exactly what I mean. Thank you!
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Hybrid2M6 writes:
Thats what I thought too, until I watched it with the subtitles on. Then you will see that he said a gunshot wound to the lower (left, right?) FLANK. I guess thats another word for that area or something. Check it out.
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Rifter writes:
First off you both are wrong. 1)Vince doesn't get shot when he is on the front of the truck. The driver shot at him but hit the hood. 2)Secondly Vince is shot in the right side of his body on his ribs when the driver shoots out the little side window built into the bottom of the door. 3) When Brian is calling for the helicopter to pick up Vince he says that he has a victom with deep lacerations on his right arm with arterial bleeding and a close range gun shot wound to his LEFT FLANK. (I don't understand how you could confuse left flank and the word leg)
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greenglowchassis writes:
When Vince gets shot, he has his stomach up and is facing towards the back of the truck, which, when he gets shot, would make it so his LEFT flank was hit not his right. If you are the person looking at him you might say right flank but Vince was hit on HIS left.
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KenixKil writes:
That is not true. The shot to the ribs is when he is on the front of the truck. If you notice where he is hanging off of the side of the truck; the driver shoots the bottom window out of the door. That would be a shot to the leg.
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Jeffro writes:
I agree that he says flank, but there is a slip-up here you people are missing, and that is that the gunshot wound that he receives is to the RIGHT flank, not the left. If he is facing away from the truck, his right side is up, and that is where he is shot.
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