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Aguirre: The Wrath of God  water splashes on the lens during river rafting escapades.



On Aug 10, 2010, at 5:45 AM, Miriam Ross wrote:

> Does anyone know of instances prior to Saving Private Ryan where blood or
> other liquids have splattered onto the camera lens and have been left in the
> shot (thus suggesting the fourth wall).
> Following this enquiry, does anyone know of any 3D films that have used the
> same effect. Step Up 3D allows water to remain on the lens but I haven't
> seen this in any other previous stereoscopic films.
> 
> many thanks
> Miriam Ross
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