A real pool pump diagram with a hidden movie in it – can you find it?

A spoiler alert – Warning – scroll down and the movie is revealed.

The game started with drawings of pool pump diagrams and insects and than: “why not add a hidden movie for extra fun?”

The hidden movie is “Phantom of the Opera”, 2004, by Joel Schumacher. It is the boat scene where the Phantom sings to his “angel of music”. In this case he is a just a shadow on a residential pool surface although his mask is tangible and floating at eye level.

“Movies and Games”

Boat Scene of what movie?

Warning: Answer to this picture is down below:

The game.

This being the first post, an explanation of what is going on is due. The movie game started in a post and it is now in here for you to enjoy and guess. There is an artwork drawn by artist J.R. and inside the drawing are either direct movie scenes or a collection of hidden hints throughout. In a LIVE Facebook event, the participants race to beat out the others.

To join in on this game: The link is http://www.facebook.com/groups/floridainsectsketches

Movie Critique:

Communication online is key. Having LIVE Facebook events, you learn so much. The movie is “The Talented Mr. Ripply, 1999, directed by Anthony Minghella. The artist, myself, drew the scene in which Tom Ripley (Matt Damon) beats his “friend” (Dicky Greenleaf played by Jude Law) to death in a boat. A lady informed me that in the book, Tom, “did things” to the body on the open sea for some time. Anyhow, other than that, the movie carries beautiful European waterfront cinematography.