Why doesn't the snow melt?

  pj123 16:29 16 Feb 08

I have just watched a film (on DVD) where the characters at the beginning are covered in snow.

Having been indoors (in the warm) for at least 15 minutes the snow is still there?

  lofty29 16:31 16 Feb 08

wrong sort of snow, provided by railtrack

  Pamy 17:14 16 Feb 08

What you call "in the warm " is still -30 indoors

  interzone55 20:22 16 Feb 08

What was the film?

There's every chance that it wasn't real snow - o like Pamy says, they could have been filming in a meat locker.

  Diemmess 09:20 17 Feb 08

This may be the reason
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  Belatucadrus 11:04 17 Feb 08

Pityriasis capitis

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 11:41 17 Feb 08

I didn't know you suffered :0)

  Belatucadrus 14:11 17 Feb 08

Largely inhibited by progressive follicular impairment.

  pj123 14:33 17 Feb 08

alan14, yes it was obviously artificial snow.

But one would have thought the continuity department might have got some real snow for the indoor bit. It was made in 1946/7 and filmed solely in California. Does it snow in California?

The title? "It's a Wonderful Life"

  Noldi 12:09 19 Feb 08

"Does it snow in California?" click here
Just a little bit. Because its warm the snow does not always melt so fast it depends on the ground (or other items) temperature under the snow. Last year around Easter time we where skiing in 20 deg wearing T shirts the snow was a little soft but skiable. The important thing is don’t forget the sun block.


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