Tuesday, November 13, 2012

New York at Night 18

You know how the credits roll for about 10 minutes
at the end of a movie?  Well, all of those people
lots of equipment, even when they're shooting
on location.  Was walking in the Village one night recently
and there were film trucks lined up for blocks.
At the end of the line was this one, the wardrobe truck.

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  1. I almost always read the credits if I like the film. Seems like the info I want is always at the end, though, just like this truck!

  2. I'd be very excited if I saw something like this in action! I'd try to be cool, but I suspect I'd fail.

  3. Well how interesting!
    Lea's Menagerie

  4. Same color scheme as yesterday.

    I noticed a row of trucks like that at UCLA some time ago and followed those wrist-thick black cables to a passage between buildings.

    “Here, at the most intensely white-lit spot, they are setting up a trap to capture all of the light waves within the specific confines of a delineated perimeter. The light-shadow phantoms of the actors walking into this searingly bright trap will be held in a kind of enclosure or force field, completely separate and isolated from the normal flow of existence in the darkness outside and surrounding it: Like some god is reaching with her eternal hands through the fabric of space/time and seizing this caged scene to gaze at it at will whenever it pleases her throughout the coming ages.”


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