CCTV as Entertainment

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  1. It’s in Hollywood, too: While sitting in a hotel this week, I watched one of those “Making of The Bourne Ultimatum” shows on HBO, and one of the things they’re proud of in the series of film is their realism: shooting on location, within real crowds, etc. For this film, they shot some footage in a European train station (I forgot which one), and they were allowed to tap into the station’s own CCTV system to grab images of the actors caught by the real surveillance cameras to compliment the film shot by the movie. (And they bragged about how you [the average person] might end up in the movie by being captured on CCTV)