Selene wrote:Also, it may be a video colour issue, but the 'blood' on the chest of the 'homeless hero' looks too light-red to be real blood.
In the case of 'homeless hero', it's dripping out of his mouth, Selene. Ever heard of blood capsules? http://www.amazon.co.uk/Realistic-Mouth-Blood-Capsule-Halloween/dp/B009NAGU4I
But of course- it's just as easily done with CGI. And of course, you ARE aware of that.
Ah, good zoom. Yes, seems like a 'blood' capsule from the mouth.
Oh yes, NASA 'creates' CGI (as it cannot be real), the airplane into the WTC is CGI (again physically impossible) and the "pulverisation" of the towers is not a super weapon but CGI. And many more things.
That though doesn't make everything
CGI. But Seneca's observation of the red hoodie man looks like the give-away in this case it is. It would be impossible to appear in 1 shot and not be present in another, where camera angles do not play a role.
Another strange thing which imho points to CGI is who would be filming the video of the first GIF extracted by Simon:
when seeing the second GIF extracted ("drone camera"):
- the cameraman of the first GIF does not seem to approach or zoom and less run, yet static in position
- the cameraman of the first GIF is filming from the center or the right hand side of the square
- in the sequence of 'events' from the 'heroic attack on the kidnapper' there's only 1 person walking in the screen from right to left and more or less at eye level of the camera man
- the only person seen filming in the second GIF would be the man in the orange suit who enters the screen on the lower right, but this person cannot be the cameraman of the first GIF as he is approaching the 'scene' running (from let's say 80 to 50 m distance) which would blur his view and create a different view width and height. That is not the case in the first GIF which shows a steady camera point.
- if the cameraman of the first GIF is located far away and can be static and zooming in a lot filming 'the scene', then there should be many more heads running between the camera and the 'scene' as we see in the 'drone camera' overview shots...Selene