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Ever After - Two Guys Fall, One Hits the Water
After Prince Henry grabs the rolled-up painting from the gypsy, both of them slide off a steep rock face to fall through the air down into a river. Then the shot changes slightly and we see only ONE man - Prince Henry - hit the water. (His cloak billowing upwards disguises the fact that the other isn't falling with him - on first viewing one might think the second man was hidden behind him, but he isn't.) Only Henry surfaces.
What happened to the other guy?
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claudiepops on 12-20-2000
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Sheila writes:
Actually, there ARE two people that slid down - Prince Henry's cape partially covers the second man but if you look carefully, you can actually see that he is there and sliding down. As for only Henry surfacing, the camera only focuses on Henry but the other man probably resurfaced off-screen because now that Henry has the painting, that other man is not important anymore
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Vitty writes:
If you look real close, you can see the other guy come up out of the water behind the prince. He swims to the left of the screen, and its really fast so look closely.
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cara writes:
My thought was that the guy drowned....thinking this was the way that the director wanted to end the altercation. I never noticed the other guy coming up.
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Megan writes:
He probably started swimming underwater in order to get away from Prince Henry.
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