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Have a Look at Some Famous Movie Floor Plans and Where Brains Were or Weren't Splattered on Them


Interiors Journal is an online journal that analyzes film scenes, focusing "on how space is used throughout a particular scene and how the architecture of the film impacts its narratives and characters"--like if the corner of an elevator is used to stomp and stomp a dude's head until it is all-the-way mush, for example. As part of their monthly analysis, they also make these neat little floor plans dissecting the scenes. Above is pretty clearly Drive, and you can see a few more below, and even more past and future diagrams in their monthly publication (via).




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