Atlas Shrugged: Who is John Galt? Teaser Poster #3

Posted by sdesapio 5 years ago to Movies
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Take a look... and then take a closer look. There are a couple of “Easter eggs” hidden in this one.

What can you find?

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  • Posted by  $  Bobhummel 5 years ago
    I guess I need to buy the poster for a more detailed analysis and put on my tactical reconnaissance hat. The dollar sign jumps out at you if you just lean back in your chair.
    I'll use the poster as a sunscreen in my wind shield in the employee parking lot.
    Cheers
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  • Posted by Robbie53024 5 years ago
    There seems to be something on the left side in the upper 1/3. The color seems to be more flesh colored, like it's a face or something.
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  • Posted by radical 5 years ago
    A liberal would classify John Galt in this poster as "King Of The Road.," which would clearly demonstrate the liberal mentality- always identify with the lowest common denominator.
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  • Posted by  $  Bobhummel 5 years ago
    There is "Who Is John Galt" on the wall to the left, and it looks like Dagny's black silk cape laying on the ground to the right.
    Cheers
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    • Posted by  $  winterwind 5 years ago
      I think what you're seeing as a wall on the left is actually a railroad carI - good spotting on the WIJG. I think that's a person on the right, slumped against the wall.
      The cape that she wears when she meets Galt under the Terminal is black velvet - "She wore no other ornament, only the sweep of a black velvet cape, more arrogantly, ostentatiously patrician than any spread of sables." I wonder how many people, besides myself, have bought a black velvet cape because of that scene?

      I also think the shape of the rails means something - I wanted it to be the initial "A", the way she wrote it, but with some pondering, I don't think so. There's something there, tho.

      More pondering needed.
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