Por que Frodo cai no pântano morto?

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No filme Duas Torres, Frodo segue as luzes e olha para os pântanos e vê um cadáver. Então ele "pula" no pântano.

Por que ele faz isso?

    
por Valandil 13.03.2015 / 01:00
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De acordo com o Comentário de Produção Comentário de produção , a Frodo foi superada pelo gás do pântano . Ele sofre inconsciência e alucinações:

Yeah, so this is the spectral corpse scene where was shot Frodo on a "dry for wet" set and all the ghouls and goblins were shot with high speed cameras on that "dry-for-wet". At Sony Imageworks they did all the shots in this sequence.

Basically the idea was that Peter gave us was that these could be real or they could just be these sort of tricks of the light so you didn't know whether there were actually these ghouls coming after you or whether Frodo was just sort of hallucinating this whole thing and so we made them a little particulate.

    
por 13.03.2015 / 01:41
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Isso não acontece no livro.

No livro, é Sam quem cai, e ele não cai na água:

Hurrying forward again, Sam tripped, catching his foot in some old root or tussock. He fell and came heavily on his hands, which sank deep into sticky ooze, so that his face was brought close to the surface of the dark mere. There was a faint hiss, a noisome smell went up, the lights flickered and danced and swirled. For a moment the water below him looked like some window, glazed with grimy glass, through which he was peering. Wrenching his hands out of the bog, he sprang back with a cry. 'There are dead things, dead faces in the water,' he said with horror. 'Dead faces!'

A história dos pântanos mortos é que já foram o local de uma batalha antes do Portão Negro, que é descrito por Gollum:

There was a great battle long ago, yes, so they told him when Smeagol was young, when I was young before the Precious came. It was a great battle. Tall Men with long swords, and terrible Elves, and Orcses shrieking. They fought on the plain for days and months at the Black Gates.

Esta foi presumivelmente uma das batalhas da Last Alliance, embora eu não acredite que ela tenha sido declarada explicitamente.

No livro, os pântanos são descritos de uma maneira que implica que eles têm alguma influência remanescente maligna como resultado disso. Gollum descreve as luzes do pântano assim:

The tricksy lights. Candles of corpses, yes, yes. Don't you heed them! Don't look! Don't follow them!

E a descrição de Frodo:

But I have seen them too. In the pools when the candles were lit. They lie in all the pools, pale faces, deep deep under the dark water. I saw them: grim faces and evil, and noble faces and sad. Many faces proud and fair, and weeds in their silver hair. But all foul, all rotting, all dead. A fell light is in them.

É evidente, portanto, que essa influência maligna atrai viajantes aos pântanos e que Jackson interpretou essa cena e mudou a ênfase para os filmes; É compreensível que seja um meio diferente, mas deve-se dizer que Frodo definitivamente não pula .

    
por 13.03.2015 / 01:17
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As luzes do pântano são conhecidas como Will-o'-the-wisp no folclore Europa

In European folklore, these lights are believed to be spirits of the dead, fairies, or a variety of other supernatural beings which attempt to lead travelers to their demise.

    
por 13.03.2015 / 01:07
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