Da er det isåfall rart at sluttscenen i filmen er skutt med vanlig 35mm...
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05-31-2004, 19:36 #21
05-31-2004, 19:38 #22
Den ble lagt til senere, er ikke med i det opprinnelige manus. Men rart likevel.
05-31-2004, 19:43 #23
Sakset fra et intervju med Danny Boyle (regissøren):
RES: What elements of visual style were discussed prior to filming?
BOYLE: We wanted it to feel different in texture from normal film. Because it's an apocalypse, you can use a different hue, because nobody knows what things will look like if everybody's killed or there are no cars. So we talked about having a different texture, which we got with the DV. We would tickle the color of the film occasionally to create a slightly strange universe. Against that, I wanted this enormous energy from theose who are infected, which I was going to get through this particular menu on the camera, which allows you to alter the frame rate; things appear to be speeded up but actually it's real time. So you kind of snatch at fast images, like falling rain or a man running, snatching at them in a slightly unreliable way. The idea is that you can't quite trust your usual sense of judgment about perception, depth and distance when dealing with the infected. I was determined to do that, although there was quite a lot of opposition at one point as it was thought that it would make the film look very odd.
Her er hele intervjuet http://www.res.com/magazine/articles...003-05-21.html
05-31-2004, 19:47 #24
Det gir en del mening ja, men forklarer forsåvidt ikke hvorfor hele filmen er skutt med DV. Er jo masse "normale" scener. Skal se om jeg kan finne det intervjuet der han siterte London-scenene som eneste grunn.