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originally posted by: Brotherman
a reply to: stealthyaroura
I couldn't say. I've seen things that were real that at first I thought was fake because they were not only bad things but they were so simple and under dramatic at first I was in disbelief as to what I had seen. I have been a target of ieds before so I know what its like being in that truck, I've also seen them detonated first hand close up on other trucks and people, I've lost friends this way. Sometimes reality is less dramatic as others in Hollywood or in the gaming arena would have you believe.
originally posted by: PorteurDeMort
Either it is part of a training exercise, or its a hoax. The victims rush to the scene, already covered in blood and proceed to fake being injured. The first guy to lay down flopped worse than Cristiano Ronaldo.
originally posted by: olaru12
I have worked as an actor in countless training sessions and videos. From our local LEO/FD agencies to border patrol, DoD exercises and as a standardized patient for medical schools, giving depositions for Law schools, etc...
It's what some actors do between film, TV and stage productions.
I have also directed and crewed on many training videos as camera, grip, gaffer even SFX pouring the blood and making wounds.
That video was so fake and cheezy, those weren't actors but people volunteering for the production.