Battlestar Galactica: Season 1, Episode 2

Episode #1.2 (9 Dec. 2003)

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After forty years of armistice, the Cylons attacks the Twelve Colonies of Kobol. Their strategy: a virus implanted into the mankind defense system. The former Battlestar Galactica, which is... See full summary »

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After forty years of armistice, the Cylons attacks the Twelve Colonies of Kobol. Their strategy: a virus implanted into the mankind defense system. The former Battlestar Galactica, which is being adapted as a museum, is not connected with the defense system and becomes the unique warship capable of fighting against the Cylons in the hopes of leading the survivors to planet 'Earth'. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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During the battle at Ragnar there is a wide shot showing the Galactica and one Basestar in the background. A second Basestar appears in the immediate foreground as the camera pulls back. This second Basestar is out of focus. At such a distance, assuming the camera is the size of a conventional film camera, it is impossible to produce depth of field at such a distance. To capture a scene such as the one depicted would require a camera aperture tens if not hundreds of feet wide. The correct view would be that all objects in the scene are in focus, or all are out of focus. See more »

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