Evidence for 27 May 2019 #190527-060617-980000

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You can clearly see that George Webster is actually dunking the back of his head into the water and the scene is then reversed.  I have added the video in reverse so you can see how it was actually filmed.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMQjfFoLwOs&feature=youtu.be

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Ah, just one of the many brain games cinematographers play on audiences. It makes sense that it would be less expensive to use a normal camera in an abovewater shot than a camera equipped with underwater accommodations for an underwater shot.