The reference to "teardrop position" puzzled me, also. This is all I came up with after a google search:
I think that we cannot Wragg. We often concentrate in first place on the girl making other details go unnoticed but,as in this case,if the eye lingers on the nails theirHe's not all that speedy with a hammer. It takes him 20 minutes to put a picture hook up.
Short of actually driving them into the cross, I wonder how we might prevent the nails from wobbling?
Personally, I'd rather look at something other than a girl's nails.I think that we cannot Wragg. We often concentrate in first place on the girl making other details go unnoticed but,as in this case,if the eye lingers on the nails their
slightly unsteady movement is evident.
nice outfit .... but for me, #22 is still the best. #38 is just crying ... but not really reacting on the hammer blows ...I bit the bullet and bought (nice alliteration, no?) Crucifixion 38. It's long (52 minutes, not counting the intro), and I feel ambivalent about its value. On the plus side, the young lady is gorgeous, IMHO. She also is one of the best actors Alex has used, both in the nailing and in the crux parts of the video. The cinematography (lighting, camera angles, etc.) are very good and much improved over previous Bald productions. What I don't like: there's only 7 minutes of actual hanging on the cross. Thirteen minutes are spent with carrying the cross and being tied to it. Another 31 minutes is spent on the nailing scene. (Fans of nailing will probably count this as a plus.) And she wears those damn shorts!
Anyhoo, here's a clip of the nailing scene. I'll follow tomorrow with a crux clip.