Reservoir Dogs
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Visible crew/equipment: The camera crew and the boom mic operator can be seen reflected in the store windows as Mr. Pink is running from the cops.

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Visible crew/equipment: The boom mike's shadow is visible when Joe gives out names. It is easily seen moved to the left when he says "let's go to work!" (01:19:25)

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Visible crew/equipment: When Mr White gets out of his car after it crashes to shoot the cops coming in their patrol car, keep an eye on the rear passenger window of his car where a boom mike can be seen. (01:13:10)

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Visible crew/equipment: In the beginning when Mr. White brings Mr. Orange to the warehouse, watch the background as Mr. White opens the door of the warehouse. A trailer and a crew member is visible who then walks behind the trailer. (00:11:20)

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Visible crew/equipment: When Mr. White and Mr. Orange run away after Mr. Brown's death and killing the cops, crew members are visible in the background hidden behind the truck.

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Visible crew/equipment: When Mr. Pink escapes from the cops and he's hit by a car, you can see the crew members in the background watching the scene.

Continuity mistake: When Mr Blonde cuts the ear off the cop, we cut to a shot of him holding the ear, it is covered in blood. However, when we cut to a shot of Mr Blonde talking into the ear, there is no blood on the ear.

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Mr. Blonde: Eddie, if you don't stop talking like a bitch, I'm gonna slap you like a bitch.

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Trivia: Michael Madsen was extremely reluctant to film the torture scenes, especially when he was required to hit Kirk Baltz.

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Question: Why did Mr. Orange tell Mr. White that he was a cop? Surely he must have realised he would take it badly.

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Chosen answer: Having just been shot a second time, he was probably dying by that point. He'd done many extremely questionable things - even murdered an innocent mom - and stood by as other terrible crimes were committed in his presence. He'd grown close to Mr. White, who'd just murdered two friends and taken a bullet for Orange's sake - even as Mr. Orange was betraying him all along. So partly this was about his attachment to Mr. White, and partly a death wish stemming from his own guilt about his actions. He knew full well what would happen but told Mr. White anyway, disregarding the consequences.

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