The Crow: City of Angels

Trivia: The original version of the script actually revolved around Sarah being killed and returning to life as a female "Crow."

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Trivia: The film as originally intended was longer and more violent, had a non-linear narrative and a much darker ending. The studio forced director Tim Pope to re-edit the film to follow a structure more akin to the first film in order to capitalize on its success and also made him delete a number of key scenes. This lead to he and writer David Goyer disowning the film. The original workprint of the film that represented Pope and Goyer's vision was well over two hours long, as compared to the theatrical cut's anemic 84 minute run-time.

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Trivia: The first piece of graffiti Ashe runs past when he returns to his work shop says "Wings", kind of fitting given his resurrection was due to a Crow. Also Sarah has wings tattooed on her back.

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Trivia: In one early draft of the script, Judah would use his newly-found powers in the end to resurrect the villains Top-Dollar and Grage from the original film to use as henchmen. This idea was subsequently dropped.

Factual error: Throughout the movie, we can hear Ash's motorcycle shift gears, but we can see that his hands never disengage the clutch, a must do for a smooth shift like we hear.

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Question: When Ashe tries to get to Judah's home, he makes his way through a celebration celebrating the dead. While making his way through, he appears frightened. Why would he be scared?

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Chosen answer: Because the whole coming back from the dead experience is strange, mysterious and scary for him. He had no idea who or what called him back. Is he the only one or was there a whole world of supernatural creatures.

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