History Film / Salt

6th Apr '16 4:30:37 PM guy1
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* GambitRoulette: The bad guys revealing [[spoiler: the first part of]] their plan to the good guys, and still everything working out perfectly [[spoiler: by relying on Salt's skill alone]], was clearly a case of this.
29th Mar '16 11:25:56 AM eroock
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* CyanidePill: Subverted. Salt pretends to have swallowed one, just so should get into ER where she is able to overpower the surprised staff.

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* CyanidePill: Subverted. When in custody, Salt pretends to have swallowed one, just so should get into she could be transferred to ER where she is able to overpower the surprised staff.
29th Mar '16 11:23:24 AM eroock
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* CyanidePill: Subverted. Salt pretends to have swallowed one, just so should get into ER where she is able to overpower the surprised staff.
19th Apr '15 11:54:41 PM nombretomado
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* ColdWar: Even though it's set in present day, the roots of the conflict can be traced back here.

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* ColdWar: UsefulNotes/ColdWar: Even though it's set in present day, the roots of the conflict can be traced back here.
17th Dec '14 12:32:37 PM eroock
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* ForcedToWatch: Salt is forced to watch [[spoiler:her husband]] get drowned.
14th Dec '14 2:32:13 PM InherentlyUnfunny
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* DrowningPit: The way Salt's [[spoiler husband dies]].

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* DrowningPit: The way [[spoiler: Salt's [[spoiler husband dies]].husband]] dies.
9th Dec '14 10:53:55 AM eroock
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* DrowningPit: The way Salt's [[spoiler husband dies]].



* DrowningPit: The way Salt's [[spoiler husband dies]].
9th Dec '14 10:53:17 AM eroock
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!!Salt'' provides examples of:

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!!Salt'' !!This film provides examples of:


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* DrowningPit: The way Salt's [[spoiler husband dies]].
9th Dec '14 10:44:17 AM eroock
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* LifeImitatesArt: Just as the film was being released, real-life cases of sleeper agents implanted in the US were brought to light with a prisoner exchange between Russia and the US, some of the prisoners being undercover spies. The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Illegals_Program plots]] and [[http://theblemish.com/2010/10/anna-chapman-is-in-maxim-russia/: skills]] of the real sleeper agents were less impressive than the ones in the film.



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* ViralMarketing: The film's producers ran a multi-week game where the player, being a rookie agent, is given the choice to assist Salt or turn her over to the government. If the player turned her over, the game ended. If the player helped her, [[spoiler: she used the player to assist her in eliminating other, deep-cover agents]]. After the last episode, she then [[spoiler: had the player trapped in an abandoned warehouse and then called the player's superior officer, who came and picked up the agent, presumably for arrest and punishment.]] The premise of the game was [[spoiler: the rookie agent unwittingly helped her (a Russian deep-cover mole) while thinking she was actually being framed for the crime.]]
9th Dec '14 10:37:23 AM eroock
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* BalconyEscape: Salt escapes persecution by climbing from the window of her apartment to a neighbor's.
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