Jun 082011
 

The blog series of computer gibberish in movies began with this post, where you can also find the introduction to the general topic.

Following part 1, where they just punched in random keys and numbers, we can see a higher level of “gibberish” in The Girl who played with Fire, because they bothered to put “real” text:


Document filled with Lorem ipsum from "The Girl who played with Fire"

However, I can’t quite grasp why they put a lot of effort in contents which the viewer can see in documents and digital data (on the screen that is), but had to put a Lorem ipsum on that sheet.
Maybe it was an intern or someone having a lazy day ;).

Stay tuned for part 3 (which is not in the making just yet, so it might still be a while).

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