Thread subject: Diptera.info :: Flies (or other insects) sins in Hollywood
Posted by Andy Chick on 21-02-2008 13:28
In the movie The Silence of the Lambs, a Death's Head Moth chrysalis is used as a clue in a murder case. The moth is called an Asian species, which may not be a cardinal sin, but it is in fact very widespread in the old world.
also the moths used in the film werent acutalling Deaths head hawks moths but a similar species in little jackets, as deathsheads were out of season at the time of filming