I'm surprised; given what we learned earlier about the size of the set, I thought that seemed the most likely - ah, but in retrospect, I had forgotten that the set only resembled a rural area, rather than necessarily being constructed in same. Werewolves in the Rain, then? Or am I on the wrong track? (Yes, I am submitting both of those questions.)
Was the fire set within a very short time of the deadly word being spoken?
Yes, about a week later.
That's actually more what I had in mind for a longer term, but so long as we have an answer!
Was the fire set by a person not associated with the production?
No, it wasn't. The fire was caused by someone who was associated with the film's production.
But it nonetheless took a week, even though the one responsible for the fire was already there. Curious. Was one week how long it took for the message to be received?
Hmm. I'm curious as to why Gorillas in the Fog would have resulted in a smaller fire. A rain-themed movie seems like it would have better fire-defence properties, and I'm not sure why either would have had a larger or smaller set than the other. Was the victim playing a werewolf? Were there multiple actors portraying werewolves? Does it matter if there were multiple actors portraying werewolves? Does it matter to the mystery that the movie was specifically Werewolves in the Rain? Was the victim playing a werewolf? Were there multiple actors portraying werewolves? Does it matter if there were multiple actors portraying werewolves?
Was one week how long it took for the message to be received?
No. The message was only received after the movie was released in theaters.
The message was received after the movie hit theatres, the fire was set after one week by somebody associated with the production. Time to sort out the sequence of events - did it take longer than one week for the movie to hit theatres? Was the wrong word heard by at least one person on set as it was spoken? Was the fire set by somebody other than the person who spoke the wrong word and the victim? Were the victim and the person who spoke the wrong word the same individual?
But the movie nonetheless reached theaters? Was the word spoken at the wrong time wrong in the sense that it deviated from the script? Did it affect an intended Sebald Code message? Was the error noticed and corrected at the time? Was the person who spoke wrongly an enemy of V.F.D.? Was the victim on-set specifically at the time of the fire as part of a V.F.D. operation?
"bear": t craig: firenze italia
Sept 21, 2021 7:39:40 GMT -5
Violent Bun Fortuna: As a fan of the 101 Dalmations books as well as the original films (animated and live action) I really dislike Cruella, it's just totally out of keeping with that series & that character. And I love so many Disney films so that's not the problem
Sept 21, 2021 8:10:48 GMT -5
urbanletteropener: "bear" — you make a fair point. At this point it honestly wouldn't surprise me if Disney as a company was physically incapable of inventing new intellectual property.
Sept 21, 2021 8:18:24 GMT -5
GlitteryMisery: As a fan of the Chronicles of Prydain who was disappointed by Disney's previous attempt at adapting them, I'm still waiting for news on the new supposedly truer-to-the-text version they're planning.
Sept 21, 2021 8:30:57 GMT -5
GlitteryMisery: Disney isn't my first choice of company to film the books, but it's better than nothing.
Sept 21, 2021 8:31:17 GMT -5
spike: florence, v nice
Sept 21, 2021 14:59:11 GMT -5
spike: I've been in bari in 2015 or so, would like to visit other places in italy sometime
Sept 21, 2021 15:01:08 GMT -5
jackson: Oh oops I confused the author of the thread.
Sept 22, 2021 2:48:09 GMT -5
jackson: Bear I expect a pictures thread.
Sept 22, 2021 2:48:18 GMT -5
"bear": i don't take pictures, it's the devil's work
Sept 22, 2021 7:39:46 GMT -5