Movie Scenes Reenacted In a Global Photo Project

Movie Scenes Reenacted In a Global Photo Project

One creative guy combined his love for traveling and film into an amazing project, paying tribute to some of his favorite movie scenes by recreating them at the exact spot they were shot at.

Allen Fuqua isn’t the type of person to take the classical tourist photos in front of famous sites that have become so painfully boring, so he tracks down scene locations from popular movies and tries to reenact them in his photos. He doesn’t insist on having each and every detail of the scene match the original, but rather pays tribute to it with the similar choice of composition and actors’ clothes. Allen has traveled all over the world, visiting places in Taiwan, Japan, Mexico, France and many other countries including various locations in the United States.

You can track down all the places Allen visited so far on a Google Map on his website where each location is pinpointed so other movie fans could follow his footsteps. This project ads a new dimension to globetrotting, and many people across the world are sending out their praise and wishes to participate in it.


Movie: The Talented Mr. Ripley
Location: St. Mark’s Square, Venice, Italy (Piazza San Marco, Venezia, Italia)


Movie: Source Code
Location: Millennium Park, Chicago, IL


Movie: Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Location: Twin Peaks, San Francisco, CA


Movie: No Strings Attached
Location: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA


Movie: Lost in Translation
Location: J?gan-ji Temple, Tokyo, Japan (???, ???, ??)


Movie: Inception
Location: Da Stuzzi, Paris, France


Movie: Drive
Location: MacArthur Park, Los Angeles, CA


Movie: 28 Days Later
Location: Westminster Bridge, London, United Kingdom


Movie: 28 Days Later
Location: Westminster Bridge, London, United Kingdom

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One Comment

  1. name mc namerson
    February 13, 2013 @ 8:13 am

    The last one is love actually not 28 weeks later

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