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Re: [aroid-l] Biogeography and Hollywood

yes, they often shoot NYC scenes in toronto.  but first they have to buy
garbage, then throw it around, put graffitti everywhere, shoot the movie,
then clean it up.  it is still cheaper than shooting in nyc...

tsuh yang

what is the going price for garbage? i have some!

also, the NOSTALGIC movies, of NY when everything was cleaner and better and home baked, is the period they often reference. so a piece of paper occasionally blowing down a street is "urban garbage".
Moonstruck drove me mad, i LIVED around the corner from that alleged house and memorized every house on that street. so when she stood under a street sign, turned the corner onto an alien street, I foamed at the MOUTH! Also the house in which the family lived is about five times the width of a mansion in Brooklyn Heights.


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