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In addition to having a camera mounted to her for certain sequences, Ellen Burstyn, spent four hours every morning being fitted with prosthetics, wearing four different necks (both fat and emaciated), two different fat suits (a 40-pound and 20-pound suit), and ... ...
Harold, I'm gonna be on television.
(at around 1h 30 mins) When surgeons amputate a limb, they first remove the muscles/tendons and the nerves, and then they cut through the bone. They do not simply saw through the flesh as depicted here.
The man on the train who says "You're whacked" to Sara when she tells him that she's going to be on TV is credited as "You're Whacked".
$64,770 (USA) (8 October 2000)
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