SEVEN SISTERS. Noomi Rapace plays septuplets in Tommy Wirkola’s sci-fi film. But how did they manage to duplicate it on the screen? Secrets of filming.
Thursday April 8 at 9:05 p.m.
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The director of photography, Jose David Montero, must have thought up with Tommy Wirkola’s teams a capture system specific to the film. But several constraints made the filming more complex: “With the duplication effect and the different layers that are superimposed, if we change anything, it no longer works, and we have to start all over again, which makes us take a huge delay. . The other difficulty is to shoot in a closed and restricted space. We want to give the impression that the ceilings have hidden depths, so that the space becomes narrower. We needed three cameras, sometimes four, one green background, a blue background, and lighting. Suffice to say that it was very complicated to manage all of this at the same time “. Difficulties that are worth it, since in front of their screen, the spectator sees nothing but fire!
Synopsis – In the future, the Earth is suffocating due to its overpopulation. Nicolette Cayman, who heads the Birth Allowance Office, is responsible for carrying out a one-child policy. Terrence Settman “disobeys” when his wife gives birth to seven babies. He calls them seven days a week. In order not to be unmasked, each of them can go out only on the day that corresponds to their first name. The ploy works for years. But one day, Monday is arrested. The six still free and with very different personalities will do everything to save her and escape Nicolette Cayman’s henchmen …
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