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Titanic - Blood Before the Punch
In the scene where Rose is running under the ship to help a handciffed Jack. The man that she punches in the face has the blood clearly in his hand before the incident. After the punch you can see him raise his hand and smear it on his face.
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Tahia on 03-02-2000
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Farore writes:
Yeah really. They could've just digitally inserted it or something. And would Rose really punch that hard? She could've just punched hard enough to make him let her go.
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oswald writes:
What, Jesse?? Are you talking about how, in moviemaking worlds, do they come up with a way to get blood on an actor's face without actually being punched by another actor? Not sure I understand your comment at all. The blood was supposed to GET THERE due to a punch, not swiping fake blood on your face from your hand!
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rj writes:
I noticed the blood thing too! But couldn't they have edited it to make it look more realistic or something?:~)
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Morna writes:
Not exaclty related to the slip-up, but if you're a woman and you need to disable a man (who is prolly stronger than you), you've only got one shot at it. The nose is one of the body's most accessable sensative spots...punching him in the nose as hard as she could was exactly what Rose needed to do.
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Jesse writes:
It looked pretty good to me. How else do you think the blood was going to get there? Magic
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