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All news /  2014-10-20 09:18:05 / 

Emma Stone

Date / 2014-10-20 09:18:05

The presently in theaters “Birdman or would be a strange enough idea – Michael Keaton performs an earlier superhero film star given one final chance to revitalize their most popular role, mirroring actual life – without the very determined conceits in the history of film: Alejandro González Iñárritu director filmed the complete thing in just one perfect take.

Or as a minimum, the 119 minute film that co-stars Emma Stone, Edward Norton, Zach Galifianakis and more seems like it was marked in one take because of some sensible cuts of camera. Still, even with the faux-one single shot, Iñárritu still would layer the long tracking shots in the period of four minute chunks or more than this, something almost unheard of in quick-cut world of today.

And as of that? Emma Stone kept turning up the film. A lot.

It was very though. It was absolutely hard, told Stone on MTV News regarding unique technique of Iñárritu. And they screwed it up, more than a few times. And they were just very sick to their stomach, waiting for them to perform the scene, trial how best this take was moving to be and then approaching in, and moving all around the corner very fast and ruining it.

Given the objective of the movie, you would suppose that possibly the crew and cast would pamper a great movie star such as Stone, accepting that it is very tough to keep your character and motivation for minutes at a time, let only nail your blocking without be unsuccessful.

Well, Alejandro moves, you are working the movie! and after that you move, ‘Oh, my god,’ ” said Stone laughing. You recognize, he does not cut up words, and so they were ruining the firm… And after that they were not anymore when they slowed down corner.”