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POLICE STATION: This room has been countless police stations, newspaper offices, law offices, everything you can imagine. That's our Production Designer Brett Snodgrass and his doppelgänger Chet Snodgrass...
You have to imagine it with all the "stuff". The stuff is what sells it. The commuters, the paperwork, the phones, and of course, people walking around dressed like cops.
We discussed changing the layout of the room. Possibly moving those little dividers forward so that we could have more depth.
CREEPY TUBS: The mud baths at Two Bunch Palms or The perfect spot to dissolve a body or two? Did I mention they shot the first SAW here?
CREEPY ROOM: There isn't really a spot for this creepy room in the film but it was cool to check out.
APARTMENT: The Herald Examiner Bldg. has tons of fake apartments, home interiors and offices. This is one of the apartments that we were thinking might work for where our leading lady calls home.