Colors (1988)

1 corrected entry

(1 vote)

Corrected entry: When Bob is shot and killed at the end of the film, the blood stain is at first small, but when the camera pulls to a wide shot as the credits are about to roll, the blood stain has suddenly become larger.

Correction: It makes perfect sense that a bloodstain would get larger as time goes on. The more blood coming out, the larger the stain. Think about it.

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