[Upon hearing horses, Achilles throws a spear directly into a tree beside Odysseus, as he rides in.]
Odysseus: Your reputation for hospitality is fast becoming legend.
When Hector says goodbye to Paris and kisses his forehead, the small decorative gold clasps and the very large clasp at the bottom of his hair are visible. Then when Hector says goodbye to Andromache and Scamandrius, the large clasp is a completely different one and the small clasps' positions differ. The clasps in Hector's, Paris', and others, hair change position in consecutive shots throughout the film. See more...
According to legend, Achilles' only vulnerable spot was his heel, where he eventually was hit with a poisoned arrow. The movie shows how such a legend can arise - when the soldiers first come to Achilles' body, he has pulled out all of the arrows in his chest and the only one visible is the one in his heel. See more...
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|Original entry||The dawn after the Trojans have retaliated against the Greeks with their fiery assault on the beach, a light filter was used to make a midday shoot appear as though the sun had not fully risen yet. This is evidenced by two things. First, the shadows are not as "deep" as they would be at that time of day. All the details that shouldn't be visible at dawn are perfectly defined, it's just not bright. Second, the fires that still burn should be radiating a bright orange glow. Instead, they are just as dimmed as the rest of the light.|