its been niggling me latley , movies that are set in somewhere dry , clearly filmed
in hollywood but the streets are always wet at first i thought it ...
Thanks for the A 2 A, I like the other answers provided as they give the simple
answer to your ... Why do movies always show wet floors in night scenes?
It would be interesting if anyone knows when, wetting the streets got started. ...
You wet a road so that it looks darker looking on film.
Mar 22, 2011 ... Why do film crews wet streets for night scenes in the city? Amy Hotz StarNews.
The user also wanted to know why window screens were ...
I never understood this, whether it's daytime or night time, does the ... I believe it's
more for cleanliness. They clean the streets that they want to ...
Apr 22, 2015 ... Answer 2: The roads are never wet in movies. You're just going slowly insane. It's
probably caused by the thing that lives in your closet and is ...
May 19, 2015 ... The driveway always looks wet because they spray it with a hose. ... you can
apply to your driveway, walkway or patio to give it a “wet look.”.
Jan 27, 2009 ... And so was I. CSI: Miami has always been my favorite CSI and I, too, love me ...
shows and movies – nine times out of ten they will be soaking wet. ... see it rain
on CSI: Miami, miraculously somehow the streets are always wet.
Dec 29, 2009 ... Leave it to Beaver, Universal City Backlot, Colonial Street. ... The Paramount
House, constructed for the 1955 film "The ... of the "New England Street" section),
something not always evident in views from the Cleaver front yard.
The thing that strikes me is that it could be sunny and clear in the day (movie time
) and then it's always wet at night. I'd like to live in that climate ...