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Fifth Element, The - Lots of Sweat
at the ending, when they are putting substances onto the stones, the priest guy wipes his brow and squeezes out the sweat onto the stone.
1) Where did the cloth come from?
2) No way can that many drops come out of a sweaty brow, the cloth must've been drenched.
3) Why didn't he just spit on it?
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rxsheepxr writes:
What do you mean "where did the cloth come from?"? Do you wear pants that have pockets? Do you assume that characters in these movies might not carry things in their pockets? You could ask "where did the multi-pass come from?" or "where did korben's driver's license come from?" People have pockets.... and generally, old people carry hankercheifs. The movie is excellent, don't ask stupid questions.
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Clark writes:
I just thought he should pee on it!
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Soukey writes:
If you notice, he has the handkerchief throughout the scene. He even wiped David's neck with it. It had time to accumulate some moisture.
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Darkfyre writes:
Sweat is basically water, no matter how much of whatever is mixed with it. As long as it drips, it counts. You might as well say that there is no water in the Dead Sea, or the Great Salk Lake, in Utah.
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Matrix_Forensics_Laboratories writes:
4)Sweat would not be classified as an Element, I wouldn't even call it water. It basically is water, but mixed too much with body salts and other impure nasties.
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