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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Loves2spoon, Sep 5, 2010.
Is this fake??
It has the foul stench of fake about it to me...
Fake, there isn't even any blood. Even minor headwounds tend to gush, and having your head thrown down onto the pavement then run over(all while rotating 90 degrees of course) would cause massive amounts of blood to spill.
Fake for sure. It seems like she was sucked by a vacuum beneath the car.
I really doubt that anybody would post footage of their friend being killed on YouTube if it wasn't a fake.
Real, unfortunatly. I knew that girl. Great piece of ass. Such a loss.
Fake. Look at 1.21, how can she be in that position without being hit by the tire. Or why didn't the car jump if it really went over her? At the very end, you can quite clearly see how she is pulled behind the car. That car is way too low to be able to drive over a grown woman in sitting position without going bumpyjumpy
Is the body still warm?
That's never mattered to you before?
The colder, the better. It's just insurance to know she's definitely dead. Wouldn't want another situation where she goes "undead" and wakes up. Bitch.
Anyway, it doesn't matter. This was, unfortunately, a fake.
RIP Rachel. Sniff.
Not only does the acting scream of amateur, the cameraman is supposedly hiding a bit behind a stove, the lens poking out. I'm sorry, but with that size Kitchen, you'd notice a camera pointing at you out from the stove if you were to walk in through that door.
The bes part of this video is watching people's faces when the end comes. It's awesome and fake.
Here's the whole video, for those who are interested: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yKjsUL-escE
Prank. They show how to do this on Video Copilot.
Yup pretty fake to me...but funny!
Surely if it was a real crash; she'd have gone up and over instead of under, and there would've been serious blood.
Yes it looks fake, a good job with effects. You can see the trash cans glitch a bit from editing.
Fake. I can tell by the acting and by seeing a lot of fakes in my time.
Or she'd have been knocked forward.
Getting sucked under the car? Uhhh... no.
If you watch it again, observe the layout of the yard outside when her friend pulls in. No road. And the apartment is in the front of the building. Then when she heads down the stairs they are suddenly on the back end of the building and there's magically a road.
True. The way newer cars are designed they're supposed to take the pedestrian away from the wheels.
UH, what? When they run out the door, they do a full 180. When looking out the window down at the car, the road is off to the far left. And you can see the car at 1:08 parked right there in the driveway.
It's by no means real, but yeah, there's no location trickery going on here.
No, you're totally right. Last time I ever try to find reason in anything at 3 in the morning!