Estranged ©.
Удивительно, когда такие фильмы приходят к тебе в нужное время и настроение.
Дал сил и боевой дух, после непростого дня. Не говоря уже о том, что удивил и сильно впечатлил! :heart:

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Ridley Scott was reportedly so amazed with Hans Zimmer's score that he created a main title sequence (with Zimmer's music over it), rather than giving the main credits at the end as it was primarily planned.

According to a 2011 Vanity Fair article, it was Michelle Pfeiffer's idea that Ridley Scott direct the film instead of just simply executive produce it.

Scott watched Terrence Malick's Пустоши (1973) for inspiration for the look of the film.

At one point during production, Ridley Scott considered changing the ending to having Thelma survive after being pushed out of the car by Louise right before she drives off the cliff.

Susan Sarandon said that she added the kiss between Louise and Thelma at the end of the movie. Sarandon said that she told costar Geena Davis (but no one else) that she was going to kiss her.

Michelle Pfeiffer and Jodie Foster were originally chosen for the leads and accepted the roles, but preproduction took too long and both actresses had to drop out due to other commitments.

The sequence where Darryl slips and falls over on the builder's supplies as he is leaving for work was unscripted, as Christopher McDonald genuinely lost his footing.
Despite this he remained in character, yelling at the workmen as he got into the car and drove away. Ridley Scott apparently liked the result, and so it remains in the film.

In the scene where the tanker truck is shot and blown up, the reactions of Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis were supposed to be genuine.
Rather than filming separate reaction shots, director Ridley Scott rigged the tanker to blow up during the take, in order to get authentic expressions of surprise from the two leads.
Despite this, they were so astonished while watching it that they forgot to actually react, so Scott had to film their reactions again.

A total of five identical 1966 Thunderbird convertibles were used throughout the shoot: one 'star car', one camera car, one back-up car, and two stunt cars.

@темы: ~La Vita e Bella~, Susan Sarandon, Scott Free, Photo, Music, Mickey Ryan, Harvey Keitel, Geena Davis, Cinema