8 details in popular films that are hard to believeVika
It's always a pleasure to watch good films. But at the same time, the discovery of something new in them makes them doubly pleasant. This is especially true when you reveal some secret tricks left by the directors that only became clear many years after your first viewing.
We at Pictolic have found some fresh facts that will help you look at famous films from a completely new perspective.
1. In Silence of the Lambs, characters talking to Clarice usually look directly into the camera, directly at the audience.
This was probably done so that viewers associate themselves with the girl, and not with her male colleagues.
2. Jack Sparrow wears a rubber hat for almost the entirety of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.
According to costume designer Penny Rose, Johnny Depp kept dropping his hats, originally made of leather, overboard. Since water and leather are not compatible, the hat had to be sewn over and over again. At some point, she got tired of it and she made a pirate hat out of rubber. If the hat is in the water, it will float and can be used again.
3. In one of the scenes of The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, viewers clearly see the understudy Karl Urban (Eomer).
This can be seen very clearly in the extended version released on DVD.
4. In one of the scenes in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Arnold Schwarzenegger does not recite his lines by heart - he reads the text from a sheet of paper
Arnold Schwarzenegger had a hard time remembering Skynet's story, so James Cameron printed and pinned the story on the windshield so the actor could just read it.
5. Liam Neeson agreed to star in A Million Ways to Die in the Wild West due to the episode Family Guy, which made fun of the actor.
In his interview, the actor said that he remembers very well one episode from "Family Guy". In it, the main character Peter jokes: “Imagine Liam Neeson playing in a western. Ha ha! With such a funny accent. " That's why when the producer of the film called the actor, he said, "I'll do it on the condition that I do it with a very wide Irish accent."
6. To play Blade Runner 2049, Jared Leto had to go blind in real life.
Jared Leto is known for trying to get into character as much as possible. Thus, for his role in Blade Runner 2049, he wore opaque contact lenses that prevented him from seeing anything. This helped him to play the blind as realistically as possible.
7. In Psycho, Marion's accessories change color from white to black after only one event.
Attentive moviegoers noticed that at the beginning of the film, Marion is wearing white underwear and a white bag. After she stole $ 40,000, her underwear and bag turned black. This allegory shows that by committing a bad deed, Marion ceases to be innocent.
8 One of the brightest scenes in Mayak (2019) was filmed in just one take.
Willem Dafoe did not blink for almost 2 minutes, which made the frame both bewitching and shocking.