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Can't recall the particular shot, but the effect is commonly created using multiple composite layers Typically there will be three layers the person walking in real time, the person in slow time, the background Each is filmed separately as individual layers. For the "people" layers only the people (and I guess the punchbag in this case) are used - the ...
In "Consequences", Faith was living in a motel room, not an apartment. As such, it was not a private residence- rather it qualifies as a public place which vampires don't need invitation for. Some further info on vampire invitations in Buffy.
Snyder brings it up in The Puppet Show (1x09): That's the kind of wooly-headed liberal thinking that leads to being eaten. Buffy also asks Wood if he had heard about what happened to Flutie in Beneath You (7x02). Other than that I don't think it comes up much at all. We certainly never see those students again.
Most Popular People Credited in "Pleasantville (1998)" And Credited in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997 TV Series)" There are 13 more names (in addition to the three you spotted) in common. A handful are crew and one is just stuntwork, but I hope this helps.
There are currently 8 actors in Pleasantville. Look at this link for the others you missed. http://angel.fcpages.com/pv.html
Are there any additional sources which can confirm whether Giles' book was correct or not? Apparently it was mentioned in one of the comic books (I've never read them) that the 'Male Party Guest' was given that special treatment after William was sired, and that incident was how he gained the nickname. AFAIR there was no suggestion that he made a ...
No. This is just a coincidence of the same writer and some story elements which vaguely resemble each other. There's not a lot of research going on in CitW, while research and weaponizing is pretty much the MAIN goal for the Initiative. Whedon denied this in an interview, because it would reveal him as less original, something which writers are keen to ...
I have not seen this episode, but have read that the effect is similar to the "bullet time" special effects in the Matrix. The latter was achieved using 120 still cameras in a circle surrounding the subject. The still cameras are fired sequentially (for hyper-slow motion) or all at the same time (to freeze the action instead). The single frames from each ...
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