Hot answers tagged production-mistakes
The scene is the second "goof" of this YouTube video:
It's a bit different to Seanland's answer, but this site gives a couple of instances (both on the first page). Visible crew/equipment: At the funeral of William Wallace's wife, Murron, a white van can be seen. He bends down to kiss her and as he stands back up, if you look over his left shoulder through the trees you can see the van going past. It's very ...
This was definitely the Death Star sequence from Episode 4: A New Hope. Will Brooker's book about the production of Star Wars explains in some detail how George Lucas left the shooting of FX scenes largely to Bruce Logan, and with very little of the remaining budget, forcing him to be imaginative in his execution. The Death Star trench scenes of A New Hope ...
I'd categorize this as a production gaffe. A Google Image search confirms that when you look directly into the sunset, the Golden Gate Bridge is in profile, since it runs north-south, as you said. If the bridge is still standing, more than just the San Francisco peninsula would have to rotate 90 degrees. The landmass on the northern side of the bridge ...
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