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Lord of The Rings: Fellowship of The Ring - Hitting the Camera
After the hobbits join with aragorn in bree they go into the wild. when sam asks frodo where he is taking the camera goes to aragorn and he answers and as he is turning while telling them his bow hits the camera and the camera gives a little jerk. in the next scene the bow is on the other shoulder.
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Carla O. on 07-06-2004
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D.J writes:
you can definatly tell because if you have the dvd and you listen to the comintary then some of they guys will talk about it and how viggo mortensen cept trying to do that sene and and it was the perfect one except of the little mishap of bumping the camera but peter liked it so they just left it and i guess they tried to edit it out but it didnt work
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Lmeister3 writes:
Yeah, I noticed this one the first time I saw the movie. I didn't know it was Aragorn's bow which caused the bump on the camera though. Thanx
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Tom C. writes:
I saw this the second time I saw the movie in theaters. In an interview with the director, I forget his name, he talks about how this scene had the best feel and movement. I also mentioned this interview for the slip-up about the car.
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Joslyn writes:
I wouldn't have noticed that slip-up before reading this, except my friend told me that she had noticed it before, and pointed it out to me when we went to see the Trilogy in the theater.
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