Thread: Parking in 1927
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Old 26 June 2017, 10:40 PM
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The passenger in the back definitely seems to be a required part of the process.

At the end of the film in what appears to be an open courtyard, if you look closely, you can see him holding what appears to be some sort of lever or control. (The camera is shooting from a higher viewpoint.)

The car never turns without someone back there.

Plus, there's that plate in front. While you might think it's a license plate, it appears to be hand painted. I think that plate is there to hide the front mechanism used to flatten the front wheels from the camera.
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