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This is a legal gray area, and can vary from country to country, from state to state. Most states recognize that, if the activity is being recorded objectively and without interference/propagation from the 'director', the film-maker is protected under the first amendment: specifically relating to the freedom of the press. As long as the piece is a ...


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Lethal Weapon 2 [In Rudd's office, Hans meets Rudd & Vorstedt after losing the Krugerrands in the chase] Arjen Rudd: Hans, come in. [points in front of his desk] Arjen Rudd: Mind the plastic. I'm having some painting done. Well now, the important thing is, are you all right? Any broken bones? Hans: I'm fine, thank you, Mr. ...


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I'm not sure if it fits entirely to your description, but there is a similar scene in 1989's Lethal Weapon 2. The crime boss that Riggs and Murtaugh are set against is a South African diplomat, enjoying diplomatic immunity. In one scene he bids one of his minions (or whatever kind of business partner) into his office in which a big tarpaulin lies. He ...



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