Lucy

Lucy (2014)

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Corrected entry: When Lucy escapes from the room she was chained in, she doesn't have the bullet that is shown in the next scene in which she shoots all the men in that room, and no one shoots her, but then she sits down, digs a bullet out of her shoulder and eats the sandwiches on the table.

Correction: She does get shot - one guy gets a shot off.

Corrected entry: After getting her hands, and the case, all bloody after removing the bag of drugs from the dead man's belly by hand, Lucy walks out of the hospital, gets into the car, and her hands and the case are clean.

franklin pierce

Correction: Lucy has complete control of her body and everything around her. She obviously "removed" the blood from her hands and the case before getting in the car.

THGhost

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Professor Norman: We humans are more concerned with having than with being.

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By the end of the movie, when Lucy is sitting in the chair and her skin turns black, we can see her arms slowly turning black as well. When camera cuts away and shows Lucy from behind, her arms are naturally white again.

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During Lucy's final transformation sequence, her consciousness starts traveling through time by millions of years. At one point, Lucy pauses in time to observe and interact with an ape-like creature, reaching out to touch its fingertip. Although not expressly stated or explained in the film, this ape-like creature was what scientists today classify as Australopithecus afarensis, the earliest identifiable ancestor of humankind. The first fossils of Australopithecus afarensis were determined to be from a female who was christened "Lucy" by scientists.

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