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It's not actually glass... Originally, they used a product called "Sugar glass" or "candy glass". Sugar glass (also called candy glass, edible glass, and breakaway glass) is a brittle transparent form of sugar used to simulate glass in movies, photographs and plays. It is much less likely to cause injuries than real glass, and it easily breaks ...


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Source Quora: Green/blue screens are based on the idea of chroma-keying. The idea is that a specific color is chosen and replaced by a different color/background. So, a green colored background can be switched out with a background of, let's say, a weather map. Technically speaking, the colors can be gray, white, black, or purple, but green ...


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The end credits of the film are very clear (and somewhat funny): Filmed in downtown L.A.


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Sclera contact lenses are contact lenses used for full eye effects. They are significantly larger than standard contact lenses which tend to be the size of the average iris. They are used for any number of reasons, but mainly for costume and theatrical reasons. Blood shot eyes are one common version. Alternatively, depending on the amount of time, or the ...


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It depends on just how bloodshot you mean. In most cases, a gentle, careful rubbing of the area around the eyes works, or peppermint or menthol drops beneath the eyes, or even a mild irritant in the eyes (for instance, water with an additive such as chlorine). For extreme effect, contact lenses would be used. Just be careful. They're your eyes, after ...



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