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He was previously staring out at the ocean, then turns to face the camera so you could see the sunset that he'd been looking at. The lights from houses are coming up, and the setting sun is bouncing off the ocean. Ocean sunsets are much more impressive than sunrises, anyway. He never mentions it's a sunrise, and Bud knows what time it is across the globe (...


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I suspect this is joke based on Nora misunderstanding / mistaking the the reference. Yes, the Sullivan Act dealt with carrying concealed guns but I think Nora is actually referencing the Mann Act which dealt with women being transported across state lines for "immoral" purposes. In its original form the act made it a felony to engage in interstate ...


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I agree that it's almost difficult to believe, but sometimes Hollywood coins a phrase that really resonates. Another example of a phrase that everyone uses but which came from a modern day movie: "bucket list" from the film The Bucket List (2007). Nobody had ever used that phrase before the film was produced. Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/...


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