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Village, The - Fuzzy Microphone in Camera's View
When the village elders are yelling at Edward Walker for sending ivy into "The Towns" you can clearly see a fuzzy microphone pop down into the camera's view. This happens multiple times throughnout the movie.
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Qwigs writes:
I was very dissappointed that they could actually make such a good movie and then ruin a key scene by having the fuzzy microphone in the shot. What makes it so bad is that it is in close up scenes where all you see is the 2 actor's faces with a fuzzy thing sticking down between them. People in the theatre were laughing out loud when this happened even though this was a tense dramatic moment. I would be shocked if this isn't edited out somehow on the DVD.
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ashley2113 writes:
I actually decided to start a game while watching this movie. We called is "Spot the Mic". I saw it about 10-15 times the whole movie. I agree with the one person who said it was an intense movie, but they messed it up. I too heard people laughing about the mic.
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Kristy writes:
you can see the mic again when the whole village is hiding from the creatures and Ivy is in her house, it shows a shot of her back while she's at the door waiting for her "man" and you can see the mic.
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own2sphynx writes:
The movie takes place in modern times. They just choose to live like it is the 1800s and in a world with no technology and vilonce. Hence when Ivy goes to town it is all modern Notice the CARS
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anna writes:
Right at the very start, when they all sit down for a big meal, they serve mesculin salad. I have asked around and mesculin salad is a fairly modern phenomena. I thought they were trying to let you believe it all took place in the 1800s. Where they just feeding us some clues - or did they goof?
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