R | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
Two detectives, a rookie and a veteran, hunt a serial killer who uses the seven deadly sins as his motives.
After Brad Pitt chased John Doe through his apartment building, at the end of the scene, Brad Pitt actually did hurt his left arm. The cast was real. The office scenes of him and Freeman were shot later and so Pitt's left arm was hidden. When Pitt ... ...
Neighbors heard them screaming at each other, like for two hours, and it was nothing new. Then they heard the gun go off, both barrels. Crime of passion.
William Somerset: Yeah, just look at all the passion on that wall.
As Mills and Somerset are driving to the Sloth victim's apartment, it's clear that the scene in the car was shot on two separate occasions, with the first half of the drive on one day, and the second half on another day. Brad Pitt's side burns change significantly from thicker with a pointed edge, to a bit shorter without a point and somewhat thinner. Also the seat belt next to Pitt changes position with the buckle insert visible in the first half, then completely gone in the second. Other little difference's are Pitt's white shirt collar, and the brim of Freeman's hat.
The opening credits are done over broken, blurred images of John Doe removing the skin from his fingertips and sewing it into his journals.
£11,434,343 (UK) (19 January 1996)
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