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Titanic - Oceanfront Property
This might not be cleanly visible on a small TV screen, but watch the scene where Jack and Rose are on the promenade deck discussing her upcoming marriage. In the shots of Jack, if you look between him and the smokestack, you can see a building on top of a hill.
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Matrix_Forensics_Laboratories writes:
This is impossible. The entire deck scene was shot in a studio, with the background digitally added. Even the sinking ship scenes was shot in a bay at Mexico, FACING the ocean with only half of the ship constructed (the other half was computer generated). I saw the making of this. This is clearly something you made up. Sorry, but I would find a hair in front of the lens more believable than this. You can't get away with junk like this these-days thanks to technology.
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Dave/Col9 writes:
Sorry, Matrix_Forensics_Laboratories, but you are incorrect. The deck scenes where the drawings are first seen by Kate are filled with problems including: --clear shots of the hills and land behind the set, seen through the railing and between the funnels - one of which DOES show a building. These are obvious if you look for them. --a nice shot of surf as it breaks against the beach (adjacent to the set) when Kate approaches the rail (either that or the ship was passing a *very* shallow shoal in the Atlantic!) Watch the DVD again and you will see these problems clearly. Dave/Col9
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10ischick writes:
Actually, they did stop in Ireland for a short time (the real Titanic), so they could of made it look like they did, taking for granted you already knew about the real Titanic stopping there. I dunno, just a guess!
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Benjamin the...person... writes:
Well, actually, the port side of the ship was not computer generated, everything done on the port side had people with backwards clothing, then the flopped the scene so everything would look normal again.
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Liss writes:
First of all Dave these buildings and hills you claim to be able to see aren't that obvious. Actually I cant see them at all! I looked and I looked, nothing there. There's so much fog and mist that you cant see anything. Maybe you have x-ray vision or maybe your just looking too hard. Or maybe your imagining that these things are there because you want to be able to see them.
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