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According to director Lawrence Guterman A marvelous blend of computer graphics, puppets and real animals were used to reinvent the idea of the Cold War spy thriller. Behind the scenes, cats and dogs never laid claws on each other. They never had a chance to show any real hostility. Every scene that had cats and dogs were shot keeping them segregated ...


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A twist ending is a twist ending. Just because it happens ten seconds before the film ends instead of 10 minutes doesn't make it a special type. Otherwise these are already just a subset of a Plot Twist. That said, there are two TV Tropes that may cover it. http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/TheEndingChangesEverything The Ending Changes Everything, ...


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Clearly they're there to offer the cameraman protection. You can see they're guarding him from other actors. As you said, it's a hectic scene, and the cameraman can only look through his viewfinder to see what's directly in front of him in order to catch the proper shot. Those guys make sure he stays safe and isn't bumped into otherwise the camera will ...


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Based on my personal experience, some kids can cry on command. If a kid - or even an adult - is having trouble crying on command (or otherwise having trouble showing a certain level of any given emotion), some directors use tricks like these to get them to cry/show emotion (though for #6 on that list, from what I understand, Kubrick did much more than just ...


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After watching the show, I can say that most of the time we can't see both their faces in one shot. So it can be achieves by the Doppelganger method, as I explained in my other answer on the generic question about how double role scenes are shot: The first thing you need to do is find someone who is about the same height as your main actor. Similar ...


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They used a dummy to film that scene. They created a robotic head that looks like that girl. It can move its head completely 360 degrees. It can also move its eyes and mouth and exhale warm breath. They put this dummy at place of girl and shot that scene. Here is a link to YouTube video of behind the scene.


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There are four ways it is done: Plan your shoot around the moon phase you want. Shoot the moon you want separately and edit it in digitally to your shot videos. Composition. Completely CGI. The moon is simple, and any number of digital video editing suites or plug-ins can do it. Miniatures. The classic way. Some digital editing to make it nicer. The ...


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The font is EF WINDSOR Elongated or a heavier weight of EF WINDSOR Light Condensed and it seems that Allen simply liked it so much, that it became his signature: The story goes that Allen was looking for a typeface for Love and Death (1975). At the time he ate breakfast in the same New Jersey diner as Ed Benguiat, the great American typographer (and ...



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