One Hour Photo - the movie

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  1. ahelg

    ahelg TPF Noob!

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    I was just wondering if anyone has seen the one hour photo movie with Robin Williams in it. I was wathing it today and noticed a small mistake. When mrs Yorkin delivers film for developing, you can clearly see it's a Fuji ISO 400 film (Fuji Superia I think). But when you see Robin Williams inspect the negatives, you can clearly see the words Kodak 400VC printed on the bottom.
     
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    Now that is a sharp eye. I will have to watch for that the next time. I would like to see anyone in a department store lab inspect the film that closely.

    Eric
     
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    fadingaway1986 I Burn Easily :(

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    Do stores really open until 7pm on a sunday there? We close at 4!

    (i bought that movie when it was on special a while ago)

    Not bad at all
     
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    Here in Norway were not even legally aloud to be open on a Sunday.
     
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    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I read a whole list of things that were wrong in that movie...not that that is surprising...just about any movie had lots of little errors like that.
     
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    Yeah I expected there to be errors. I just thought this was a bit obvious. But maybe my face was just to close to the screen.
     
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    I think the biggest thing that caught my eye in that movie were the photos the woman took, they looked like a professional photographer shot them and not with a point and shoot camera LOL.

    It was a great movie i guess it kind of gives one hour photo workers a bad name, some people will think only pyscos work at photo labs. Scary thing is there might actually be someone out there working in a photo lab.
     
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    Booo. I hated the movie.
     
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    It's a good film to show to a friend if you'r trying to make them convert to digital.
     
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    fadingaway1986 I Burn Easily :(

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    Awww I work in a photo lab! Oh well.. I suppose I am a psycho - But I don't take copies of peoples pics home...
     
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    Actually she had a Leica rangefinder. Not what I would call a typical point & shoot camera.
     
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    Maybe not a point and shoot... but taking film from a Leica to a 1hr lab? Hmph.
     

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