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She turns it over, and you can see that there is no pull tab on either side.
When she goes to his apartment to feed the cat, she pops the can open, but she would've needed a can opener for a can without a pull tab.
And so, of course While You Were Sleeping has since become my all time favourite Stalker Rom-Com – a genre which wholeheartedly deserves it’s own sub-category on Netflix alone. It’ll come as a surprise to nobody to learn that this movie was initially written with a dude in mind for Sandy Bullock’s character, and a woman in the role as the comatose, submissive wife-to-be.
Like many failures of the rom-com genre (although I’m loathe to call While You Were Sleeping a failure, especially since I secretly – or not secretly now – love it to fucking death), it’s loosely based on a fairy tale. The studios – astute as ever – wrote that idea off as being too ‘predatory’ for an audience to enjoy, and so after a few rewrites the roles got reversed and Hollywood paid out. C’s Sandy Cohen (may Peter Gallagher never go by another name. You AND your bagels) as the ‘Beauty’ who needs saving.
When Lucy and Jack are walking along the river, a long shot shows them approaching a lamppost with a kissing couple.
In the next shot, they pass the lamppost but there is no one there. Times for members only" data-content="Create a free account to see times of mistakes, and more!
When picture is actually taken, she uses a flat type(110 size film) camera with a tall flash on it.
Add time In the Christmas family picture scene, the camera seen in Elsie's hand is a Brownie camera(35mm size).
Premium members have no adverts, forum access, and other great benefits for just a year."When Lucy is in the Callaghan's house at Christmas at the very end of the scene it shows her stocking and her name on it is in white letters.
However, in the scene where Mary comes in and tells the family that Lucy is pregnant, the camera pans to Jack who is standing right beside Lucy's stocking, only this time her name is in black letters.
Let me have Netflix introduce this movie to y’all: “Sandra Bullock plays a transit worker who rescues a handsome commuter, then pretends to be the comatose man’s fiancée while falling for his brother”. I was 9 years old when While You Were Sleeping came out and I loved it. When I revisited the movie over twelve years later in the midst of a deep, tumultuous depression, I was horrified to discover that the film was actually menacing as hell.
At the time the film didn’t seem sinister or strange in the slightest bit – there was the completely ordinary could-never-stop-traffic-with-her-beauty-ever-honest Sandra Bullock in the midst of a slightly psychotic stalking episode, just having a laugh with her pretend fiancée’s family and falling in L-U-V. A tenaciously sentimental hour and a half of undiluted, disturbed romantic gestures that read like Valentines Day cards designed by serial killers in solitude.