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Old August 4 2014, 04:17 PM   #1141
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Re: "Polaris"

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To me, I believe you are striving for a 50/60ish vibe to the production. Now, if this was produced in the 50's, I think the galaxy in the night sky would be a conceit in the script. The write imagining a distant planet with a full view of a galaxy. I can see that put into a script from the 50's.
Exactly so.
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