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The hill you die on in relation to films are the small faux pax in films that take you out of the movie completely. Such as the typeface used for a newspaper headline that you know did not exist in the period that the film is set, in this case the 19th century. Other examples include seeing a Picasso painting go down on the Titanic when you know it still exists in a museum, or electronic funds in a heist move transferring via a slowly incrementing bar on a screen.
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The hill you die on in relation to films are the small faux pax in films that take you out of the movie completely. Such as the typeface used for a newspaper headline that you know did not exist in the period that the film is set, in this case the 19th century. Other examples include seeing a Picasso painting go down on the Titanic when you know it still exists in a museum, or electronic funds in a heist move transferring via a slowly incrementing bar on a screen, and glasses having plain glass rather than curved lenses in them.

Revision as of 01:37, 19 December 2017

The hill you die on in relation to films are the small faux pax in films that take you out of the movie completely. Such as the typeface used for a newspaper headline that you know did not exist in the period that the film is set, in this case the 19th century. Other examples include seeing a Picasso painting go down on the Titanic when you know it still exists in a museum, or electronic funds in a heist move transferring via a slowly incrementing bar on a screen, and glasses having plain glass rather than curved lenses in them.