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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom - The Never Ending... Transporting Belt
In the scene which Indiana fights with a guard within the mine, it happens that the protagonist falls on a transporting belt that takes it to a crushing machine. The director's idea was to give the scene slow, repeating sequences, all while Indiana tries to escape the guard.
Now, the scene is long and repeated so many times that the same sequences of Dr. Jones entering the final section of the belt makes no sense. Related, the scene makes sense... but when you see it, you understand that it is impossible to take 1 minute to cross the last 30 cm. of the belt.
My interpretation: A pathetic edition.
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Tyler Durden on 10-24-2004
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pja720 writes:
A note on this "poorly edited" scene: most of the scene (basically all of it except for the close-ups of Harrison) was filmed with a double because Harrison was injured.
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Qwigs writes:
I think what the original slip-up poster is trying to say is that the scene where Indy fights the big Thugee guard on the rock crusher conveyor belt, it takes too long for them to move down the conveyor. In one scene, they are really close, then they are farther away when the camera cuts to a wide angle. This might be explained because they are moving around on the belt and knocking each other down, etc.
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