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Blair Witch Project - Edit Error
About a third of the way into the movie when Josh already disappears, there are two quick scenes where Heather is resting in Mike's arms. The whole movie is supposed to be their footage, and yet if you pay attention you'll see that the scene abruptly cuts to Mike and Heather sleeping. If this was really their footage then we should of seen Heather get up, turn off the camera, turn it back on, and go back to sleep.
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Matthew Ronzani on 09-27-1999
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Geoffrey writes:
I once made a short video clip with a couple of friends. We shot about 90 minutes and we used only 3 minutes. So if you want to shoot a 30-minutes documentary, you'd have to film at least 10 hours! The material that was found was uncut and unedited. It's logical that the people who found it, first edited it before showing it to the audience!
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glittergoddess writes:
Along with the "They made an editing mistake" validation, cameras can also be set on timers to film in certain increments; this is how they make time-lapse films. It's possible that the camera was set to film every three hours for a few minutes unless interruped.
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? writes:
Have you people read into the making of this FICTIONAL movie? The original Blair Witch Project went for about 12 hours (about that, at least)! Hence, when Heather was in Mikes arms, they DID have her walking over and turning the camera off. They just cut it out because it wasn't important footage!
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SanXS writes:
If you'll notice, there are several times throughout the movie when one of the students will place the camera down at an angle facing the characters....or they simply drop it and the camera keeps rolling.
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hugh g. rection writes:
i was under the impression that the movie was their recovered footage, but it had been edited together to form the movie (yes, i realize it's fiction)
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Cuchulain writes:
Duh! The footage was found. It could quite easily have been edited by someone else!
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Jake Heft writes:
What if they had enough spare batteries to "power a small country," etc. It says battery POWER, but they might be referring to the amount of power in the next batteries - the camera may have run out of batteries. The second batch replaced the first, allowing the movie to keep on going.
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Aerosmyth9 writes:
The movie is fiction, but the other comment is right and it was edited supposedly by Hexen films.
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Bluebrit writes:
Have you ever been out sightseeing with your family and in order to get everyone in the picture, you balance the camera on a rock and then join the rest? I have? I'm sure this is what she did in the movie.
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Sunflower writes:
For those of you who didn't pay attention. In the begining of the movie Heather mentioned that they had enough battery power to film for days.
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