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Stargate - Unintentional cameos
In nearly ALL the shots in the movie, when the cast are wearing sun glasses in the desert of abydos, you can clearly see reflections of the crew and those big boards that do something to the lighting or shadows. It's so obvious. Now, some people may say that reflections are an unavoidable part of film making, but George Lucas purposefully avoided it in Star Wars. Why would they place all the crew right infront of a reflective surface? Great examplea are at 00:31:56 and 00:38:42 into the film. (00:34:43 and 00:41:30 in the directors cut.)
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Rowie235 on 04-20-2007
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nomad762 writes:
I just rewatched this movie, paying special attention to the sunglasses & reflections. I even went so far as to pause, zoom, & advance frame by frame. And I do not see this slipup. Yes, there are reflections in the sunglasses, most notably in O'Neill's & Daniel's. However, they are reflections of other actors (evidenced by the costuming & location in relation to the glasses) and the physical structures around the pyramid. I found none involving crew or equipment.
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