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Jaws - A Chain Too Far
Go to the part where the two guys are using the Sunday roast as bait, fishing from an old wooden pier. When the shark takes the bait and starts swimming out to sea, the camera flashes to the chain being run out. To me that was a very long chain. When the shark turns round as if to attack the man that was pulled into the water, the distance doesn't seem that far, well not as far as the chains length anyway! Surely that man would have been eaten long before reaching the safety of the remaining pier!!
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Mitdoo on 11-12-2000
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Comments:
Psyche2828 writes:
No, actually it is supposed to be Jaws comming back for the man. If you watch the dock, it is traveling too fast to simply be pulled by the current. The idea is that the shark is playing with the men (if you believe he was more than just a mindless monster). If not, then this is a slip-up and the guy should have been eaten.
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mr.glass writes:
But the shark never went after him in the first place. the current turned it.
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