There is a saying called "Movies can be NG, but life cannot be repeated." This sounds very philosophical, but if you make a movie too many times, you can also "doubt life".
call "card" if you don’t agree with each other
If you don’t agree, you will call "card" to help the movie.Don’t think that one or two shots in a movie are the limit, because the director can “stuck” the actors into doubting life. Do you remember this scene from "Spider-Man 1"?
This shot is not a special effect, but a live shot. In order for the lead actor Toby Maguire to successfully catch these foods, the director took 156 shots repeatedly before he succeeded, and the male lead was almost smashed.
156 times NG is not the most terrible. When Jackie Chan was filming the movie "Master Long", he kicked the shuttlecock in a scene with only a dozen shots. He shot a total of more than 2,900 times. It was the last one that won. The lens was taken more than 300 times!
Finally "get rid of" the director's "torture", no wonder Jackie Chan is so excited that "Flying Dragon" In the sky!
If kicking the shuttlecock repeatedly NG only consumes energy, then Hemsworth, the actor of "Thor" is a real deal." My face hurts, because the following shot was NG dozens of times.
Where have you been? Okay! [Thor: Sister, can you be more serious? My face hurts!]
There is also Tony Leung in "A Fei's True Story". He was originally only three-minute part of the scene, but was NG by director Wang Jiawei. Ten times, it is said that after returning home, Tony Leung could not help but cried...
Of course, there are also some shots that are not NG, but every time It’s killing your life. For example, in the Thai movie "Tom Yum Goong," Tony Jia has a long shot from the 1st floor to the 4th floor. It takes 3 minutes and 45 seconds to complete the relay by two photographers, although only six shots were taken. Times, but after each shot, Tonyja collapsed to the ground with exhaustion and couldn't get up!
And this shot of Jackie Chan in "Plan A", he has no In the case of protective measures, he had to jump off the third floor. As a result, he not only jumped, but also failed three times...
But this is not the most let down of the actors, I am afraid that the most unacceptable to them is: finally filmed dozens of times, but the director finally said that it was the best first time... just like the movie " This fragment from "Sweet Honey":
Chen Kexin: That’s Maggie Cheung’s first one. After filming it After that, I thought it was too acting, I thought that one was too traced. I said don’t want that smile,Then I will shoot again, and in the end, she took eight shots. After taking eight shots, seven is a more positive way of acting, and all seven are not good enough!
So after a long time of tossing, this scene of Maggie Cheung’s "Laughing Field" finally became the movie The most classic bridge section. But having said that, if it weren't for the director and actors' repeated polishing, how could we enjoy so many classic movies? So the actors don'tCry, stand up and let's record again...
In fact, making movies is the same as being a person. A trial is in front of you, you have passed, and you passed! If you fail, then NG over and over again, until you achieve the desired effect. Before you are qualified, you can't complain or be tired, and you can't question the director or life. This is called "An Actor's Self-cultivation".