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Cast Away - A Long Trip to the Rock
In the scene where Chuck Noland's raft is punctured on the rock, watch the silloutte of the island when the lightning flashes then pay close attention to where he beaches himself; now, go to the scene were Chuck swims out to the floating body of Albert Miller. The rock is the same one from a slightly different angle and you can see there is a good 100 to 150 yards from were the rock is and where he was beached. My question is: Why would anyone that has just had the beating of their life from a tropical storm not only wade that far to come ashore but fight the waves to get around the rock in the first place while dragging the raft behind them when you can see in the day scene that the beach begins no more than 15 to 20 feet away from where Miller's body is floating
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