Sex and the City

Sex and the City (1998)

7 trivia entries for Let there be light

Let there be light - S6-E13

Trivia: When Charlotte and Anthony are walking in the park, all of the leaves getting blown on them are not natural. Jimmy the Prop Man was walking in front of them, and just throwing the leaves at them.

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Barbara Ann

Let there be light - S6-E13

Trivia: During the scenes in the department store, they were filming at the real Barneys. Also, the blindfold that Charlotte is wearing is from Burberry. The show asked if they had Burberry blindfolds, and they didn't make them at that time. But they then tailor-made a Burberry blindfold, just for Charlotte to use in these scenes.

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Barbara Ann

Let there be light - S6-E13

Trivia: This scene was actually filmed in the fragrance department of Takashimaya, which is a real location in New York City.

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Barbara Ann

Let there be light - S6-E13

Trivia: A lot of the artwork seen in Aleksandr's home set really belonged to Mikhail Baryshnikov from his own home. He told Sex And The City 'Let's make it authentic, come and get my artwork'.

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Barbara Ann

Let there be light - S6-E13

Trivia: According to the commentary, there are a lot of mirror reflections used in this episode. Mirrors become elevator doors, hallways, etc. They were all about reflecting back where each of the girls are, at this point in their lives.

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Barbara Ann

Let there be light - S6-E13

Trivia: When Carrie comes downstairs at Aleksandr's, she finds his entire staff busy at work. These actors are speaking Hindi, Japanese, and French, individually. They are also fluent in these languages. A 5-page monologue had to be written for each actor, and translated for this scene.

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Barbara Ann

Let there be light - S6-E13

Trivia: When Carrie wakes up at Aleksandr's house, she finds a card with a note from him in bed. The little face on this card was actually drawn by Mikhail Baryshnikov himself.

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Barbara Ann

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