fbpx

All the movie bloopers in the movie Amphibian Man that go unnoticed even after the tenth revision

All the movie bloopers in the movie Amphibian Man that go unnoticed even after the tenth revision

And there is a simple explanation for this.

In 1975, audiences around the world applauded the Jaws filmmakers for their impressive on- and underwater filming, but fourteen years earlier, the Amphibian Man crew achieved an even greater feat. The team of Chebotarev and Kazansky did the impossible: they brought the fantasy of writer Alexander Belyaev to life on the big screen.

The technically difficult process was not without errors and miscalculations of directors, actors and props, but all discovered film errors did not affect the final opinion of the audience:

You have to look closely at the screen to notice how objects in a scene change location, a sudden change in the poses of the performers, or the reflection of the spotlight in their eyes. In the 1960s, makers did not yet have high-quality dummies, which is why the artificiality of the shark and dolphin is sometimes striking. As did the special equipment used to keep Vertinskaya at the bottom (the actress was an incompetent swimmer).

The film’s premiere had barely ended in 1961 when critics crushed the film to smithereens, ridiculing the film’s technical shortcomings, among other things. But the public expressed a different opinion, which they still adhere to. Some fans note that the plot is so fascinating that only Stirlitz would have noticed the movie bloopers. Others remember how they went to the cinema every day after school during the two rental weeks to see Ichthyander’s bottomless eyes again.

Photo source: Lenfilm

Author: Vasilisa Mironova

Source: Popcorn News

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Top Trending

Related POSTS