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Troy - Llama's in Troy?
The slip-up occurs in the scene where the Trojans become aware of the approaching Greek fleet. The alarm is sounded and you see people running around the marketplace of the city. It's chapter 11 of the DVD, approx. 34 minutes into the movie.
On the left, you can clearly see a man and a woman leading away two llama's! Llama's are indigenous to South-America and could never have been present in Troy at the time.
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Helen writes:
First of all, llamas are not indigenous to Africa, nor are they to Mexico, either. They are only indigenous to South America - which makes this slip-up even more glaring. What were they thinking???
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missiesky writes:
that's a pretty good observation...did you know that the city of "Troy" was filmed in Mexico? So that makes perfect sense about the Llamas. Good catch, why didn't the directors think of that?
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Kristy writes:
they DID trade with other countries back then.they also CONQUERED a lot of countries back then, so they could have just taken them. Llama's are also present in Africa.
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