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Lord of The Rings: Fellowship of The Ring - Sam and the Scarecrow
When Sam tells Frodo that if he take another step, he will be farther away from home than ever before, he stands next to a scarecrow. In the next scene, we see both Sam and Frodo, and Sam has passed the scarecrow by several meters. Another zoom at Sam, and he stands by the Scarecrow again
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Satine writes:
I think that that's just the angle of the shot.
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Runar writes:
This exact mistake, written in the exact same way, has been posted at movie-mistakes.com i know, because i wrote it myself. Stop stealing mistakes. You could at least try to write the mistake i spotted with your own words, instead of just copying it.
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Gobrianna writes:
After watching the shot again and again (I was looking for the car. LOL.)I agree with Satine. Camera angles can be misleading, as evidenced by the fact that that was one way the Hobbit actors were filmed to make them appear smaller next to the other actors!
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MoonBaby writes:
I noticed this also, it shows the two from the front and they are a few feet form the scarecrow. Then is shows a shot from overhead I think and they are about ten feet in front of it. Then it goes back to the shot in front and they are just a few feet in front of it. I caught this the first time i saw the movie.
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emericaman writes:
No it's not a mistake, it's just the camera angles. If you look closely you'll see them standing at the edge of the corn field in all three angles. There for he could not of moved back and forth. And if it is a mistake, it's not that they moved any further or closer to it it's because they moved the scarecrow and to me that's highly doubtful.
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Tigerpie writes:
Yeah, I watched that and thought there was something weird with it, but I think its was just the angle too.
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me writes:
there may be more than one scarecrow... duh!
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