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The logo is probably safe for a bit.

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Lefty, that was pretty damned cool. In other news, I think my neighbor down the street may be a Canadian. He has his kids out in the street playing hockey. He even has a net and a goalie stick. I've been contemplating calling DHS to have him checked out.
 

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Sidle up next to him at the Dolores pissoir and casually remark, "this reminds me of the trough at the old Maple Leaf Gardens." If he says, "no kiddin', eh!" you've got him.

Report to authorities.

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Funny, I saw that the other day and this thread was the first thing that sprang to mind. It looks like one long shot, but every time another body part transforms there is some visual "interference" for lack of a better word. Do you figure there are in fact several cuts or do they just use the interference to hide the introduction of the digital effect?
 
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There are no cuts. They CU transitions were done to avoid having a new body part just pop on.

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Funny, I saw that the other day and this thread was the first thing that sprang to mind. It looks like one long shot, but every time another body part transforms there is some visual "interference" for lack of a better word. Do you figure there are in fact several cuts or do they just use the interference to hide the introduction of the digital effect?
Here is the making-of video if you are still curious:
 

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They look like postcards from a museum gift shop.
 

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Love it.
 

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