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Every James Bond title sequence (prior to the most recent reincarnation) begins with a view through an aperture, following Bond as he turns and shoots at the camera, making "blood" ooze down to tint the whole image red. Perhaps not precisely what you're looking for, but it came to mind...

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Rene Thoreau Bruckner
Visiting Assistant Professor
Division of Critical Studies
School of Cinematic Arts
University of Southern California

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From: Miriam Ross <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Tuesday, August 10, 2010 9:33 am
Subject: [SCREEN-L] Saving Private Ryan's blood on the camera technique
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> 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'tseen this in any other previous stereoscopic films.
> 
> many thanks
> Miriam Ross
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