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Jumping off a roof. Oh yea that sounds cool. I gotta think of more cool things, hold on. The whole thing is rushed and just…completely nonsensical and full of trope after trope. So what is supposed to be super awesomely cool people just, to me, looked like a band of idiots. Wigs, did you like anything about the book though? She must have written those on a good night. I feel like they kind of dropped all of the other outside nonsense and kind of focused on just human things. I enjoyed this particular one where Four was under a blue spotlight in a dark hallway it she described how his eyes were black and shadowed while the rest of his face eerily lit or something like that.
Just here and there were some bits of description I liked. Jeez this is starting to turn into Divergent: The Review, a novel by Wigs. You can stop at any time. I have to get this out of my head. And hey, if in book 2 she fixes some of these issues and answers some of the questions, great. I can believe that.
I can believe that a dystopian society would force you into choosing a limited amount of careers based on what you excel in. My issue is that this society is completely dysfunctional. A dystopian is scary for us, because ideally, it is supposed to be believable. We can believe The Hunger Games is possible because people would totally watch a reality show where people fight to the death. In the case of Divergent, my issue is that this society is unbelievable.
Everything is very homogenized and simplified thusly into these factions and these careers using the information given to us: Okay so seriously what does Candor even do?
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Anything I can think of that might go with them is really better suited to Erudite. And wait a minute. Healthcare is given to Abnegation?
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Or what, is it like homeopathic healthcare? Putting one group in all the power. That's ridiculous to say that something like that happens in Future America.
There's no way they wouldn't have put together a system where there is representation from each faction within a council. Isn't that what the American Revolution was all about? Lack of representation in government? I cannot see everyone saying 'fuck representation! So the whole main plot of Divergent is based on something that's already broken my suspension of belief.
Construction workers, bus drivers, gasp, the horror. The villain wants to get rid of them. Okay, we need to talk about the train for a second. Why is this train an asshole? Why is everyone like just ignore it guys, just ignore it. Or otherwise the steepest track change in the world, haha. Days on set can be excruciatingly long, sometimes lasting more than 15 hours and starting at odd times or ending at the crack of dawn.
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And a lot of that time is spent just sitting around waiting to be used in a scene, or repeating a single shot a dozen times. On the set of Easy A, which was set in a high school, extras had to wear backpacks stuffed with bubble wrap to make them seem full.
While posing as party-goers in bar scenes, extras need something to fill their cups. But film sets are no place for drunk actors, so the props team uses a number of tricks to fool the camera, some less appetizing than others.
There will be bottles that have been cleaned out and their labels removed and fake labels put on. This approach also apparently makes for festive centerpieces. The same rule applies if your car is featured in a scene. On a film or TV set, continuity is key. To create the illusion that a scene is happening in real-time, rather than over a series of hours or days, every little detail must remain the same in each shot and from every angle.
Extras are meticulously examined for accidental inconsistencies in their wardrobes.
For the Homeland finale, I wore a pair of leggings and a raincoat for a solid week. Background actors are usually expected to bring their own clothes to set unless the production has a large wardrobe budget. Muted colors are preferred on set to make sure extras are as unremarkable as possible.