Directed by: Christopher Nolan
Starring: Al Pacino, Hilary Swank, Martin Donovan, Oliver 'Ole' Zemen, Robin Williams
Genres: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Question: Why does Dormer switch to a backup gun while chasing the killer in the fog? It is never explained.
Chosen answer: Because he ran out of bullets in his first gun.
Question: At the end, Maura Tierney is lying on Al Pacino's bed, having a nap/sleep. Are we then to presume they had sex before Pacino went to the airport to catch his plane back to LA?
Chosen answer: Since no answer is given in the film, the audience must make their own assumptions.
Question: Throughout the film, there are segues which feature blood seeping through what looks like some kind of fabric. Does that represent anything, and if so, what?
Chosen answer: It represents Al Pacino's character planting evidence on men he knew were guilty. He was planting the victim's blood on their clothes so the evidence would be stronger against them.
The Big Empty
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Walter Finch: You forgot the wild card, Will.
In the scene on the ferry, when Williams and Pacino are talking, in the shots showing Williams, Pacino is facing the center of the ferry frequently, while immediately afterward in the shots showing Pacino, he is facing Williams again.
Not a mistake, just something nice to notice: "Dormer" sounds like "dormeur" that is to say the French for "sleeper".