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Aladdin - Where Did All the People Go?
If you watch the scene in Aladdin where the cruel prince knocks Aladdin into the mud, the street is filled with people laughing at him. Once the prince goes into the palace courtyard and the gates shut, Aladdin is shown on his own standing in front of the gates. The crowd of people have suddenly disappeared and can't even be heard. Where did they go?
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Ali on 10-19-2000
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boo writes:
This is not a slip-up. The creators made the scene darker and the crowd to go away to signal that Aladdin is upset and hurt by what prince ackmed said. If the bright bustling crowd had been there it would have taken away from the dramatic affect of the scene.
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JustMyself writes:
Cool, I never noticed that. After reviewing the scene I've drawn the conclusion that their absence was intentional. If the "maddening crowd" was in place the impact of seeing "Aladdin's reaction to his mistreatment" on us would have been different and perhaps askew from what "they" wanted us to feel and sense about the moment. Good ole' Disney, always crawlin' around in our heads. You get a 7 for catching them.
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xaraphim writes:
I'm pretty sure that was done on purpose for dramatic effect. I think we're suppose to feel that Aladdin is isolated in his station in life. Don't confuse dramatic imagery with a slip-up.
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Jenn writes:
It's not just the dramatic effect, though. When the prince left, all the peasants lost interest in the torment between aladdin and the prince, therefore leaving no initiative to stay.
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tw0 writes:
If you looked, when the crowds' boo stops and the music cuts in, all you hear is the music and Aladdin(or whatever his name is). If you've noticed, this is his closeup song. The crowd is silenced because of the song. They would ruin it. Also, besides the noise, the gate curves in, or goes in... He is in a little box of emptyness. If he started going down the street a few feet, he would meet up with the group of people. Take note again: The people don't go into walls.
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AlmostPerfect writes:
Maybe they went to have some dinner? Good one!
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Ashley writes:
I saw that too. Strange isn't it?
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