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Rewatch Australia - Gambit - 9th Feb 2019
trevor travis
I wonder what the correct way is of pronouncing Cevedic. We hear several here.
 
Travisina
Tyce wrote:

I say what was Cally putting in her drink?

Sugar? Salt? Cocaine?
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Travisina
trevor travis wrote:

I wonder what the correct way is of pronouncing Cevedic. We hear several here.

And various variations of Chenie.
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Tyce
Travisina wrote:

Tyce wrote:

I say what was Cally putting in her drink?

Sugar? Salt? Cocaine?

Cocaine, awesome. LOL
 
Tyce
Beware, the dreaded jacket scene is coming up.
 
Travisina
Tyce wrote:

Beware, the dreaded jacket scene is coming up.

Oh, I love it. Two awesome actors struggling with inside-out coat, carrying on like true professionals. It's the sort of thing that could happen on stage during a live play - they cover beautifully.
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Travisina
What does irk me is the short sound loop of Cally and Jenna's repeating several times in the background behind Blake.
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Tyce
Travisina wrote:

Tyce wrote:

Beware, the dreaded jacket scene is coming up.

Oh, I love it. Two awesome actors struggling with inside-out coat, carrying on like true professionals. It's the sort of thing that could happen on stage during a live play - they cover beautifully.

Yes. I love the fact that they just carry on with the scene almost without blinking. And obviously the BBC was on too much of a budget to reshoot the scene.
 
meegat39
Hello joining you super late on my birthday 😊
"If you didn't want the answer, you shouldn't have asked the question."
 
Travisina
Tyce wrote:

Travisina wrote:

Tyce wrote:

Beware, the dreaded jacket scene is coming up.

Oh, I love it. Two awesome actors struggling with inside-out coat, carrying on like true professionals. It's the sort of thing that could happen on stage during a live play - they cover beautifully.

Yes. I love the fact that they just carry on with the scene almost without blinking. And obviously the BBC was on too much of a budget to reshoot the scene.

Not so much budget, but time. They were on a really tight studio schedule - at 10.00pm the lights would go off, whether or not filming had finished.
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Travisina
meegat39 wrote:

Hello joining you super late on my birthday 😊

Happy birthday, Meegat! You share the day with Sally Knyvette Smile
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Tyce
meegat39 wrote:

Hello joining you super late on my birthday 😊

Hi Meegat, Happy Birthday. Sorry we started early.
 
meegat39
Tyce wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

Hello joining you super late on my birthday 😊

Hi Meegat, Happy Birthday. Sorry we started early.


Hi Tyce no worries! Hi Travisina and TT. Yes I am aware that I'm in good company
"If you didn't want the answer, you shouldn't have asked the question."
 
trevor travis
Travisina wrote:

Tyce wrote:

Travisina wrote:

Tyce wrote:

Beware, the dreaded jacket scene is coming up.

Oh, I love it. Two awesome actors struggling with inside-out coat, carrying on like true professionals. It's the sort of thing that could happen on stage during a live play - they cover beautifully.

Yes. I love the fact that they just carry on with the scene almost without blinking. And obviously the BBC was on too much of a budget to reshoot the scene.

Not so much budget, but time. They were on a really tight studio schedule - at 10.00pm the lights would go off, whether or not filming had finished.


Yes, the more infamous scene (from the same director as here) is the bodged death Gan scene, which looks awful and Gan doesn't look dead at all. It was filmed just before 10pm, with no chance of doing it again.

Although there's nothing to stop the director filming such a key scene at a different time of the day. An example is the very final scene of Blake. Mary Ridge got that out of the way at teatime on the penultimate day of filming. She was filming relatively unimportant and less challenging scenes at 10pm on the final day.
 
trevor travis
Ah, a bloke dressed as a nun. We see him for a few seconds.
 
Travisina
trevor travis wrote:

Although there's nothing to stop the director filming such a key scene at a different time of the day. An example is the very final scene of Blake. Mary Ridge got that out of the way at teatime on the penultimate day of filming. She was filming relatively unimportant and less challenging scenes at 10pm on the final day.

I didn't know that - clever scheduling.
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trevor travis
Travisina wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Although there's nothing to stop the director filming such a key scene at a different time of the day. An example is the very final scene of Blake. Mary Ridge got that out of the way at teatime on the penultimate day of filming. She was filming relatively unimportant and less challenging scenes at 10pm on the final day.

I didn't know that - clever scheduling.


Yes, the sign of a smart director. I think she had it planned out in detail where all the dead bodies should be on the floor. She uses goes against convention in clearing them between takes. All the dead bodies are still there as Avon is surrounded.
 
Tyce
I have to say I think this is least convincing scene of the entire B7.
 
trevor travis
Why has Travis got an artificial arm in the first place? I thought it was just the hand which was artificial?
 
Travisina
"Our quarrel is with the Federation, not with you." er... I thought it WAS personal (we'll be rewatching SLD next week).
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