History Film / TheThirteenthFloor

21st May '16 7:11:31 PM CB2001
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** It's intentional, as the 1937 is not a 100% real representation of how it was, but is a "recreation of 1937 from (Fuller's) youth." So, the aversion is that the programs are following what they've been programmed to, even mistakenly call the first world war "World War One."

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** It's intentional, as the 1937 is not a 100% real representation of how it was, but is a "recreation of 1937 from (Fuller's) youth." So, the aversion is that it's intentional as the programs are following what they've been programmed to, even which would include mistakenly call the first world war "World War One."One" because they're created by post-WWII programmers.
21st May '16 7:10:19 PM CB2001
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** May be considered an Aversion of the trope, as the 1937 is not a real representation of how it was, but is a "recreation of 1937 from (Fuller's) youth." So, the aversion is that the programs are following what they've been programmed to, even mistakenly call the first world war "World War One."

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** May be considered an Aversion of the trope, It's intentional, as the 1937 is not a 100% real representation of how it was, but is a "recreation of 1937 from (Fuller's) youth." So, the aversion is that the programs are following what they've been programmed to, even mistakenly call the first world war "World War One."
21st May '16 7:09:02 PM CB2001
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** May be considered an Aversion of the trope, as the 1937 is not a real representation of how it was, but is a "recreation of 1937 from (Fuller's) youth." So, the aversion is that the programs are following what they've been programmed to, even mistakenly call the first world war "World War One."
12th May '16 1:11:51 PM FordPrefect
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* LawOfConservationOfDetail: In-film. Suspecting you're in a simulation? All you have to do is [[ScriptBreaking go somewhere the simulation doesn't assume you'd reasonably want to go]]. The places you live in are all rendered completely to avoid such accidents happening by chance, but animating and rendering the world way beyond what you're expected to experience is pointless and expensive. So the farther you go the least alive and moving the world becomes, until the simulation gives up entirely and shows an almost detail-free wireframe scenery.

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* LawOfConservationOfDetail: In-film. Suspecting you're in a simulation? All you have to do is [[ScriptBreaking go somewhere the simulation doesn't assume you'd reasonably want to go]]. The places you live in are all rendered completely to avoid such accidents happening by chance, but animating and rendering the world way beyond what you're expected to experience is pointless and expensive. So the farther you go go, the least less alive and moving the world becomes, until the simulation gives up entirely and shows an almost detail-free wireframe scenery.
12th May '16 1:10:32 PM FordPrefect
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* AnachronismStew: Fuller's alter ego mentions to have been "in World War One". Nobody would have numbered it in 1937.

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* AnachronismStew: Fuller's alter ego mentions to have having been "in World War One". Nobody would have numbered it in 1937.



** Happens when Ashton, a bartender from the 1937 simulation finds a letter that leads him to suspect his world is not real. He goes homicidal when he encounters one of the creators of the simulation.

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** Happens when Ashton, a bartender from the 1937 simulation simulation, finds a letter that leads him to suspect his world is not real. He goes homicidal when he encounters one of the creators of the simulation.
12th May '16 1:09:57 PM FordPrefect
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: "The colorization's a little off, but none of the units seems to notice."

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: "The colorization's a little off, but none of the units seems seem to notice."
6th Jun '15 8:05:37 PM LadySugarQuill
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''The Thirteenth Floor''is a 1999 science-fiction crime thriller based on the 1964 novel ''Simulacron-3'' (also known as ''Counterfeit World''), by Daniel F. Galouye.
15th Dec '14 12:30:09 PM Jerry
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* AnachronismStew: Fuller's alter ego mentions to have been "in World War One". Nobody would have numbered it in 1937.
18th Aug '14 9:59:39 AM rzorrz
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* BaitAndSwitchGunshot: [[spoiler:Jane Fuller is running away from David), and finds herself in a wide open space with nowhere to go. David lifts his gun and she closes her eyes, ready for the worst. The camera stays on her, there is a bang and she shudders but a second later she opens her eyes, and we see that her husband has been shot by Detective McBain instead]].

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* BaitAndSwitchGunshot: [[spoiler:Jane Fuller is running away from David), and finds herself in a wide open space with nowhere to go. David lifts his gun and she closes her eyes, ready for the worst. The camera stays on her, there is a bang and she shudders but a second later she opens her eyes, and we see that her husband has been shot by Detective McBain [=McBain=] instead]].



* DeadpanSnarker: McBain

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* DeadpanSnarker: McBain[=McBain=]
10th Apr '14 11:33:43 AM FlameFeathers
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: "The color's off, but no one seems to notice."

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: "The color's colorization's a little off, but no one none of the units seems to notice."
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