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Eyes Wide Shut - When Was His Cover Blown?
Moments before Tom Cruise is busted and revealed before the whole orgy crowd, we see his keyboardist friend being led out forcefully by two thugs.
At the end of the film, Sydney Pollack says that when he saw Tom Cruise, it clicked that he had been talking to the pianist earlier at Pollack's party. But the piano player was ejected from the orgy before Cruise was unmasked.
For that matter, how did any of the naked women at the party recognize a masked Tom Cruise to warn him "you're in great danger?"
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RonJLow on 11-12-2000
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bivotar writes:
if you would pay attention,in the last scene with Sidney Pollack, he reveals that they looked in Dr. Bill's jacket pocket(which he gave to the man at the door) and found documentation as to who he was(sales receipt for the costume). This would give plenty of time to whomever to realize that the stranger was in fact Dr. Bill. Sorry.
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someone2309 writes:
The members of the party could have been tipped off to the fact that Dr. Bill was not a member of their organization because Bill came in a taxi, he had the costume receipt in his jacket, and he came in late. The girl may have also noticed because of the awkward body language that he gave her when she tried to walk off with him. Also, the connection for the doctor and the pianist was indicated to Sydney because he may have seen Bill and the pianist talking at his party and the only outside that knew the password was the pianist. After some interrogation into the connection, I'm sure Nick would have admitted to his contribution to Bill's presence.
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