17 Why are roadways at night time always wet in the movies? 18 TB PPD Test ....
That is unfortunate since it is far more resistant than zinc to road salt. Besides ...
Aug 27, 2006 ... Here's the deal, it's called a "wet down." You wet a road so that it looks darker
looking on film. I personally hate the look of it, but many DP's ...
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 ...
Mar 22, 2011 ... Why do film crews wet streets for night scenes in the city? Amy Hotz ... required to
display a street address number that is visible from the road?
May 19, 2015 ... It's a question that stumps fans of "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" every
If they were shooting with dry streets to begin with and later on it rained they
would be screwed. Rent the DVD of Ronin (prolly you already did) ...
always poses the cross-cutting headache - do you go for one actor back-lit .... and
half the movies I seen in my life is that why are roads or grounds are wet ...
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 ...
I love how the rain slicked roads look, but everything I see about the ... Other
areas shouldn't always look like it is always wet. ... Yeah I can't actually find a
single screenshot or movie where the ground is not freshly rained on.
Jan 27, 2009 ... And so was I. CSI: Miami has always been my favorite CSI and I, too, ... wetted
down prior to a film shoot – for some reason, wet streets look ...