Discussion in 'Movies' started by Gavaha, Oct 24, 2003.
Check out the picture, note, his sword is not there, I wonder where it went.
Maybe he lost it Poor guy...hey, isn't that...BOROMIR? I thought he died
It's a scene from TTT:EE. It's a flashback that Faramir has of the last time he sees his brother.
He might have given it to a soldier, he might have dropped it, put it somewhere,....
I noticed that too the first time I saw this pic. It's strange for a warrior to be without his sword, even after all the fighting is over.
He definitely has it when he cries "The city (Osgiliath) has been reclaimed for Gondor!" because he holds it aloft.
Just one more reason to be impatient for the release of TTT:EE!!!
Maybe he dropped it on the ground when he saw his brother
How about its a flaw that PJ made because the actor forgot to put his sword in its sheath after coffee break.
I actually think that wouldn't be the case, because in the context of these movies and the characters they're playing, Sean Bean forgetting his sword would be like forgetting your Hobbit feet or Elf ears
Maybe he has the sword in his pocket!
Actually I'm going with EBM on this one it was probably just a screw-up...one that most people probably wouldn't of noticed(like me)
It's kinda like the scene were eomer's sword drops from the scabbard while he mounts his horse.
yes that scene was great
or maybe he just drank to much
Just to mention it (Sean Bean was great as Boromir)
I found it... I think threres something wrong with your DVD :draught:
Got to love how you see his sword glowing... ::caugh caugh photoshop caugh caugh::
On another note of small mistakes, anyone notice legolas's harness switches shoulders from when they talk with Eomer to when they find the corpses of the Uruki??
Oh, and Faramir doesnt have his sword either, so I doubt it was a mistake or it was a huge mistake.
The Legolas thing isn't a mistake as such. Film makers often flip a scene so the characters are facing a certain direction, often (but not always) so the characters are consistently moving in one direction, ie moving from left of screen to right of screen, depending on the direction they're supposed to be travelling, or if you're showing good guys or bad guys. Often Side A will be allocated one side of the screen, and Side B will be on the other side. Hence rings, straps, swords etc moving from one side to the other. Notice how Aragorn, a right handed swordsman who wears his sword on his left hip, draws his sword left handed from his right hip at the start of the Helm's Deep battle? It's so the good guys are still on the left hand side of the screen, and the baddies are on the right of screen.
It wasnt glowing when I made it... no good photoshop =)
AHahahaha, I love photoshop, so much you can do with it. Ill make some more later
heheheheheheheh funny stuff! So, old sport, tell me how this photo shop thing works!
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