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In the movie Gravity (2013), it shows a woman that has been stranded out in space, she was rescued by a male friend that in fact died from lack of oxygen.

In the following clip:

The explorer is hit by debris.

This is yet another scene.

How do they film such things when there is supposedly zero gravity?

I do believe the actors are on ropes that lift them, but what about everything else like the debris that was floating around?

Especially the little bits and pieces?

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    She's not 'rescued by a male friend that had infact died from lack of oxygen'. She rescues herself ... that entire scene is her hallucinating Kowalski. – iandotkelly Oct 17 '17 at 13:37
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    Are you seriously asking if this was shot in space? You know this is fiction right? There is a thing called special effects. – SiXandSeven8ths Oct 17 '17 at 16:32
  • @SiXandSeven8ths Why would I think this movie was filmed in space? That would be insane to even think that. – natural Oct 17 '17 at 22:11
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Apart from the actors (who, as you say, are on wires in front of a green screen, or possibly even riding the vomit comet for that authentic low-gravity look), almost the entirety of these two scenes would have been computer generated and layered in.

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