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Practical Magic - Wrong Side
In the scene where Jimmy has kidnapped Gillian and Sally is driving, he is rambling on about something and Gillian leans forward to tell Sally that the belladonna is in her bag. Looking in to the car, Gillian is sitting behind Sally, but when she leans forward and looks into the mirror, she is on the other side of the car.
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Salem on 09-11-2000
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Dottrix writes:
I think that in this shot, because they are witches, Gillian is putting an image into Sally's head. I don't think Gillian moved or said anything out loud, she just made it so Sally could see and hear Gillian in her head. That's just the way I saw it, but I may be wrong.
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case 783 writes:
She put the image into Sally's head...they're close sisters, and witches on top of that. A few times in the movie Sally can hear Gillian talking to her from long distances, so why wouldn't she be able to do this?
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MoonBaby writes:
Yea, I noticed this too. I figured it was just an image that Gillian put in her head or something. I mean for one thing wouldn't the guy have noticed when she leaned forward and whispered in her ear. And besides it kinda looked like a visual effect, it didn't look too real.
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Blackfel writes:
if you notice, it's a rear view mirror shot. Sally is looking in the mirror and Gillian sends her an image.
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