|Kat Wrote:Okay, and next question...where did Quorra's CLOTHES come from? (And Sam's for that matter--you remember they were quite destroyed and disposed of in dressing scene.)
and then, why does Sam materialize back in the "secret" office but Quorra shows up on the street outside? (and yes, I think she did; I don't think it was a case of her going up to wait for him while he did the "save on memory stick" thing--because when he comes out, he looks surprised to see her, like he either forgot she came with him, or didn't expect her to get through)
I don't think Sam was that surprised to see Quorra. After Quorra said "What's next, Sam?" he said in a calm manner: "I guess we supposed to change the world."
If he really surprised by that, he won't behave like that.
I thought about the whole "Sam in office and Quorra outside" thing too, but at the end i think's it just bad planning by the director again. The whole scene was designed just to give some "surprise" to fans that Quorra can change to human, which of course failed to deliver. lol
But if the story is going on as the timeline goes, surely Alan should have notice Quorra. Alan was inside the arcade and Quorra was outside. Alan must have seen Quorra in some process, then Alan should ask Sam:"Who's the woman on the outside?" But it looks like if Alan didn't notice Quorra at all.
At the end it's just another bad plot.
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