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Clint Yoby <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 11 Sep 1996 20:00:00 CDT
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I've recently thought of 2 more decent examples of blow-ups:
 "Rising Sun," with Sean Connery and Wesley Snipes.
 In the beginning of the film a woman is strangled during a big
corporate party. Video survellience cameras caught the act on tape,
and dectives Connery and Snipes are asked to investigate. The blowing
up of the actual murder via computer is a large bit of the plot of
the film.
  "Sliver," with Baldwin #2 and Sharon Stone
I know the film was incredibly AWFUL, another good example of video
blow-up via computer occurs during the entire film, but focus on the
end when the murder is actually solved because of this.
Hope this helps.
Clint Yoby
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