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Violated, Movie, 1995 IMDB

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Carmaker1 EN

2018-07-11 04:45

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Any car registered after January 1, 1993 in this movie's country, has a USA-style square plate. Anything before December 1992, will have a long black license plate, similar to classic French license plates.

I will add photos for all vehicles within the next 24 hours, please work with me. Thanks!

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Carmaker1 EN

2018-07-11 06:08

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Brand new Honda Civic EK sedan, which itself was barely introduced to Japan in September 1995, Europe in October 1995, and US on October 16, 1995 as a 1996 model year (EJ). Seeing this in a 1995 film is shocking, meaning this was probably filmed in AND released in late 1995.
[Image: screenshot647.jpg]
[Image: honda-civic-sedan-6th-generation-1-6-mt-160-hp--7.jpg] (Door handles are black on some lower spec examples, like in screenshot.

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Carmaker1 EN

2018-07-11 07:35

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V126 limousine that belongs to a main character. Has lots of screen time, but can only choose one shot. [Image: screenshot616.jpg]

walter IT

2018-07-11 13:28

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@Carmaker1: have a look at the ratio and black borders of your pics, you have to fix them.

Carmaker1 EN

2018-07-12 05:54

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walter wrote @Carmaker1: have a look at the ratio and black borders of your pics, you have to fix them.


Ratio? I will repair the borders issue.

Carmaker1 EN

2018-07-12 06:57

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Page needs to be completed ASAP, I have corrected any issues.

night cub US

2018-07-12 07:51

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Carmaker1 wrote Page needs to be completed ASAP, I have corrected any issues.

The aspect ratio is still too wide, you have set at widescreen ratio when these are actually standard definition TV ratio, which is more square. The correct ratio is 4:3 or 1.33:1, but since you cut off the borders first, they should be resized to 640 x 465 (I saved one before you edited to check ratio).

Carmaker1 EN

2018-07-15 20:07

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night cub wrote
The aspect ratio is still too wide, you have set at widescreen ratio when these are actually standard definition TV ratio, which is more square. The correct ratio is 4:3 or 1.33:1, but since you cut off the borders first, they should be resized to 640 x 465 (I saved one before you edited to check ratio).


The original shots I took were actually the correct size, but then I choose a larger aspect ratio last minute (before uploading) to enlarge the images. You could see that with some of them, save for black borders being an issue. I am somewhat new to working with "budget-constrained" films, where it is a bit all over the place versus typical productions. Just saw this belatedly.

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