People Believe They’ve Noticed Art References In Popular Movies, Share Side-By-Side Pics On Twitter

3 — Shirley: Visions of Reality (2013), Gustav Deutsch | New York Movie (1939), Edward Hopper pic.twitter.com/VJK2IBbAYP — ✿ (@THECOCODIARY) November 28, 2020 You get some popcorn and press “play.” As the film is rolling, you suddenly realize that particular shot… you’ve seen it somewhere before. Call it déjà vu or a glitch in the matrix, but what if sometimes, it’s actually true? More: Twitter h/

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