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Save the Last Dance - Day or Night?
Towards the end of the movie (about 15-25 minutes before it ends) Derek is running from the playground at the park, to a street to meet Malikai. When he is at the playground, it is bright out. About 10 seconds later it is BLACK out!!! Either they were too tired to wait until the next day to film, or this is a pure Slip-Up!!!!!
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ChRiStA writes:
No offense, but this ISN'T a slip-up! One of the first things that Derek says when he finally meets up with Malachi is "I've been looking all over for you, man". Naturally, this would take some time, and this would explain the lapse!
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Samantha Harris writes:
Whether it had taken Derek ages to find Malachi or not, the real point to make is that why was Sara having an audition at night? The sky was dark like night-time, not like late-afternoon- if you know what I mean!
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Kyth writes:
cause some auditions are held at night. If there'd been a lot of people auditioning to get into julliard, then it'd be nightime by the time she got her turn. That and it's the middl of winter in NYC and I know for a fact that in NYC in the winter, it gets dark there at like 4 pm.
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Bonnie writes:
Hello, its a park so it would make sense that it would be well lit. When he meets Maliki in the ally, probably in the rougher part of town, it would most likly have less street lighting.
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