A use of a photograph intended to "fool" an audience (not successfully) is the zoom out shot from Marion Cranes eye after her unfortunate encounter with Norman in the shower. Hitchcock resorted to a photograph, since there would have been no way for Janet Leigh to hold still and not blink (as would a dead person). What gives the photo away is the lack of movement on the drops of water that hang suspended on her face. If only Hitchcock had had the computer. I haven't seen the remake. I'm curious if they try to do anything with that shot. Ron Hoffman [log in to unmask] ---- Screen-L is sponsored by the Telecommunication & Film Dept., the University of Alabama.