I always try to let people know when I see an autograph scene in a movie or TV show. Just for fun. It's not like it's big time breaking news in any way.
Well...with Inglorious Basterds (or however that is spelled), being the top film at the box office opening weekend (and probably an equally strong second weekend, since it's getting praised reviews and good word of mouth)...which surprises me, as I was very disappointed in the movie.
I found it so odd that in the movie "Funny People" which is about a famous person, they don't show a single autograph being given. You see lots of fans that want their photo taken with Adam Sandler, just no autograph seekers.
Yet, in a movie about Nazi Germany in the early 40s, you see plenty of autographs.
There's a character that plays a famous actress. She is asked to sign an autograph for a Nazi officers newborn baby. She kisses the napkin at the bar, to give her lipstick impression with the signature (and it plays a pivotal part in the movie).
There's also a Nazi soldier that has become a war hero for shooting 300 people by himself. He's trying to pick up a cute woman that owns a movie theatre, and there are a few times he's asked to sign autographs.