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Meet Joe Black - More Sugar?
When Susan (Claire Forlani) and the New New Yorker are in the cafe talking, Susan adds sugar and cream to her coffee at least three times.
Its one of those scenes where the camera switches angles every time someone speaks, and almost every time it switches to her she stirs in some sugar and creamer.
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Carson on 09-10-1999
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Griff writes:
Yes, and another thing is that when they are just starting to communicate (talking about his phone call with "Honey"), there are the two camera angles (over his and her shoulders). One second he's cutting up his breakfast, the next he's eating it, and the next moment he's drinking his coffee or doing something else! Once he took a huge bite of the eggs and toast, and the next instant he says, "Nothing lasts" without anything in his mouth! Bad editing, but very convincing acting! Did you see that look she gave him when he was pouring the coffee? WOW! Cold Shower coming right up!
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Homer writes:
She would've become diabetic by the end of this scene.
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Matrix_Forensics_Laboratories writes:
Maybe she likes her coffee sweet. I do too, I actually put 3 spoons in mine too(and 4 in tea), who cares what people think (who cares if its unhealthy, yes, I will die happilly, not starved), I love sugar, thank god for sugar. I need my third coffee in 30 minutes now, bye.
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Fast Eddie writes:
It seems like almost every time someone points out a slip-up, some people have to concoct some "reasonable" explanation. C'mon. Even if you put a lot of sugar in your coffee, you don't put in sugar, then cream, then more sugar, then more cream, then more sugar, then more cream. Face it, they screwed up. Funny to watch.
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Bluebrit writes:
Maybe she has a sweet tooth! My hubby takes six plus sugars in his tea.
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