Technical goof: Day for Night (or vice versa)

Steve is heading outside; you can clearly see it's a painted backdrop in the background but that's not the issue. The painted backdrop shows that it's sorta dark outside but when Steve is outside, it's super sunny. From THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII.

In 7 SLAVES AGAINST THE WORLD Giacomo Rossi-Stuart arrives at a closed tavern or shop, when it's obviously dark outside. But in the next shot, from the interior we see in the background that it's still daytime. You can see sunlight against a column.

In 7 SLAVES AGAINST THE WORLD again, Gordon Mitchell and company arrive of tavern/shop. Again it's dark outside but when someone opens the door for them, the men standing outside are brightly lit. 

1 comment:

S.R.Orsulak said...

In the POMPEII shot one reasonable explanation can be that it was a cloudy day, partly sunny. In SEVEN SLAVES it could of been a moon lit night, with a bit of cloudiness and the moon was covered by some passing clouds. Just some goofy thoughts of mine.