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Lord of The Rings: Fellowship of The Ring - Where's That Arrow?
In the movie when Boromir is being attacked along with the rest of the fellowship. He is hit in the chest with one arrow.It is just under heart. Then you see the thing that he shooting arrows at him.It shots another arrow..When it comes back to Boromir he has been shot twice but the arrows are in the wrong place. One arrow (the new one) is just under his left shoulder (high then the first) and the first is near his waist line. How can an arrow move??
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Far1q2all on 01-08-2002
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MightyZombie writes:
He's referring to the only time in the movie in which Boromir is hit by an arrow, and in this case MANY arrows. In response to the slip-up, the first arrow DOES hit him in the shoulder and the second closer to the waist line. The "slip-up" is actually just a trick of camera angles.
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Undomiel writes:
I should tell you that I am practically obsessed with The Lord of the Rings. I have seen the movie at least thirty times. I own the DVD and upon reading your entry I watched that scene over and over again in slow motion. After further inquiry I discovered that the first arrow did hit Boromir in the upper right hand side of his chest. The second hit him in the mid waist. So the first arrow did not actually move but it was merely a camera trick that caught you off guard.
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Lynne writes:
I have seen the movie four times (I know, major geek alert!) and I am sure that the first arrow did hit him in the shoulder. The second arrow is the one that hit him in the chest.
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andy writes:
I think its just a trick of perspective. I did notice a slight discrepancy but I dont see any reason for them to change the position of arrows between shots!
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Betsey writes:
I watched this in slow motion, and the arrow hits his shoulder very clearly. The other arrow is in his stomach.
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