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𝗣ara o que eu nasci?
𝗥espondo com toda certeza.
𝗢s meus olhos veem o lugar.
𝗣ara que os meus pés possam chegar.
𝗢uvidos ouvem a voz me guiando.
𝗦ou seguro e convicto da missão.
𝗜sso é dádiva divina ou imaginação?
𝗧odos sentem da mesma forma que eu?
𝗢u só eu não sinto o chão?
Já sabe qual é o seu 𝗽𝗿𝗼𝗽𝗼𝘀𝗶𝘁𝗼?
Então chegou a hora de tirar o sonho do papel.
Vem falar com a gente!
🎥 One-Take Shot with cameraman Adi Visser @trinitysouthafrica
🎬 With @danmacpherson@warrenbrown1 and @alinsumarwata
🔃 Here in Croatia, deep into filming for Strike Back 8. Here’s a little look at the kind of stuff we get up to at work. @warrenbrown1 & @alinsumarwata have already posted this behind the scenes video of a sequence from last year in Malaysia called The Gauntlet.
The video shows a birds eye view of the final section of the sequence, all being captured by our fearless cameraman Adi.
One shot sequences are a dynamic dance between actors & camera, but in true Strike Back style we throw in live weapons, flaming cars, angry bad guys and heaving explosions.
In a scene like this I always try and enter and exit a frame with a dynamic energy, so after seeing @trinitysouthafrica camera move, I threw out the idea of throwing that AK mag towards the camera, and I can cross in and take it on the fly. Worked a treat. Alin and Warren worked the same for the AK, and the sequence really began to pop.
In the original clip can see me waiting behind Adi to move into position behind the car - I didn’t want to be found there static but have the energy of just having landed ( I was a bit early!) - soon after that, the AK jammed, I tried to clear it in shot but after another click I knew now was not the time to waste time clearing it, and transitioned to pistol, like a real world situation. I had the pistol - pretty sure we were using @glockinc, modified to fire blank rounds - hot and ready and went through 2 mags full during the take, having previously used the AK up until the final explosion.
You can see Warren clearing a pistol jam in the midst of the chaos, and all the while knowing we are meters away from an armed explosion ready to fire. so timing, communication and rehearsals are absolutely critical.
🎞 Big shout out to director Bill Eagles, Military advisor Paul Biddiss, Paul Shapcott & the Stunt dept, and our dear friends in Malaysia who made Season 7 so damn awesome.
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