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Ronin - 2-Dimensional People
In the scene at the skating rink, it's pretty obvious that they couldn't afford enough extras to completely fill the stands. If you look closely (freeze-frame may be necessary) you can see that some of the seats are filled with cardboard cutouts of spectators. It's most noticable before the girl comes out to skate.
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Anonymous on 03-01-2000
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AeroEngr2000 writes:
Yeah, that's a bit pathetic considering the large expenses involved in shooting this movie
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lisa writes:
Yeah, you'd think that with the convoy of cars and big name actors, they could've managed to fill an ice rink with spectators!!
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Pat Patterson writes:
On the DVD the director John Frankenheimer talks about how expensive this scene was with over two thousand extras. He didn't mention that so many of them were cardboard.
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