Amitabh Bachchan: Movie-making is an illusion

“Ideas and movements travel faster than the hands that reach out to the clothing and get immersed into the void of a travel bag… And those complicated additions to the luggage are but an ancient happening.”
The actor wrote about all that goes into making a shot perfect, “Giving a shot in a film is at times a moment of great interest. The character needs attention, the marks to where one can move needs adherence, the light designed by the DOP (director of photography) to be paid attention to, the lines, each word being tested and reproduced as is else its meanings differs,”
“Apart from the disrespect for the writer, the make-up and hair to be in place, the positions of the hands and feet and face to be exactly like the take before, even though there has been a break of several times and then the performance… One error in any of the vocations and it’s over to doing it again and again and again till one gets it right,” he added. Related News
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Published: June 10, 2018 5:43:17 pm

Amitabh Bachchan talks about the illusionary process of movie making.