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There's other theories similar to this that suggest the same thing.. and the crew at the end doesn't win for inexplicable reasons.. although it doesn't help that they "sent their entry form in covered in feces and racist jokes" which could be relating to the show...I think it doesn't help the show that they have a lot of low brow humor such as racist jokes.....


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Is this intentional? I think this is very intentional. Apart from the fact that all aspects of film and television are usually well-thought-out (whether for artistic or commercial purposes), it allows for greater immersion, for a grander scale, and to keep the audience on the edge of their seat. That it can be annoying or even hurtful is, I guess, not more ...


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Straight from Wikipedia: On 4 October 2014, the first teaser trailer for the second series was released, followed by the first official trailer on 29 October 2014. It premiered on 15 November 2014. In January 2015, the BBC confirmed that a new series was not to be commissioned, and on 16 May 2015, the series ended. Also according to this website: ...


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Because its different. The following article gives some insights into why the format of the show is so different from your typical procedural crime drama. Its basically because the show creators were inspired for a different type of format and Netflix picked it up and made the added decision to make it a 4-part international series. The reason for making it ...


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To directly answer your question: I don't believe so, no (though I feel your pain). Movies are, of course, mixed for a theater environment wherein ambient noise is practically nil, and I imagine the speakers have been tuned and balanced based on their sizes, specifications, capabilities, positions, etc. The creators make the artistic choice to take full ...


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Because that's what the showrunners/producers wanted. One of the decisions made early on involved abandoning the traditional T-shaped building design for one that blends into the San Francisco skyline. Jurek [production designer Ingrid Jurek] said, "Our Tower was not meant to be the T-shape on an island that's basically hiding in plain sight in ...


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This is due to how hand-drawn animation used to be made. A static background was drawn only once, and the moving objects were drawn for each frame on a transparent cel. Then it was placed on the background, one frame was shot on film, then the cel was removed, and new one was placed on the same background, next frame was shot, and so on. If an object wasn't ...


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From pagalparrot You will get surprised to know that the world’s first porn film was made in 1896 during the silent era of films. It was a seven-minute French film that featured a woman stripteasing in the bathroom, gets bathed, and then gets dressed again. The name of the movie was “Le Coucher de la Mariée.” From Wikipedia The original film has been ...


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There's nothing definitive but the number of people credited with "stunts" at IMDB would seem to indicate that these were, in fact, stunt actors. The additional cost is probably marginal given that they'd probably only be required for a single scene probably shot in a single day. The scenes showing general turbulence were filmed in a complete aircraft ...


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