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    to shoot a film

    Goodmorning everybody I hope this is a great day for you all!

    Today's amlethic doubt is: is it fine to say Brad Pitt starred in "Ocean Thirteen" or is it ok to say Brad Pitt starred "Ocena Thirteen"?

    And, also, is it also fine to say Brad Pitt shot "ocean Thirteen"?
    If so which one is better; if not why?

    Thanks a lot!

    Hugs from hot (actually stiffling heat) Italy

    Wait!!!!!!!! Another doubt: is it ok to say "before shooting her first fil, she......"
    Last edited by minnie2007; 19-Jun-2007 at 08:27.

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    Re: to shoot a film

    'Brad Pitt starred in Ocean's Thirteen' or 'BP was one of the stars in...'. Some people use 'shoot' to refer to the activity of film stars ( unintentional pun there ... forget it). Others (of which I'm one) prefer to use 'shoot' for what the film crew does.

    Incidentally, was 'stiffling' a typo? (The vowel is /ɑı/).

    b

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