- There is always fan obsession with their tattoos, tattoos that refer to the family and, since the petition, the tattoo on Brad's arm. There is really little point in looking at a close-up of a very low resolution photo that was itself a crop from a long distance shot. I had made this point previously when a similarly low res shot taken in Berlin in June gave a blurred view of the same tattoo which elicited the same reactions. His arm -- any arm -- is not a flat surface so light will not hit all parts of the tattoo evenly. Tattoos can appear darker or lighter depending on the angle and the light. Areas that are exposed to more sunlight will also fade faster. Tattoos are, after all, made up of many tiny holes filled with ink on the skin. All you can really say from a photo of this resolution is that you can see the outlines of the tattoo. So with that said, what appears to be a new and larger "A" to the right of the original and connected to the line that runs underneath all the initials may just be light and shadow in a low-res photo.
- In a previous post, I had included most of the behind the scenes photos posted by Roland Neveu. I left out less than a handful that had already been used in write-ups about the film. BTS photos and videos are typically released concurrent with the release of the film itself. I would guess that Neveu put the photos up in September, around the time the film was being screened in Telluride and Toronto prior to its release on Netflix. Neveu included one photo of Angelina and Brad during what looks like the filming of the exodus scene and Brad was getting ready to take photos with one of his cameras. Neveu did not include any photos of Maddox or Pax or any of the other children.