Director Alfonso Cuarón Narrates a Scene From ‘Gravity’

Director Alfonso Cuarón‘s visually stunning film, Gravity, opens this weekend and it’s definitely something you should watch on the big screen; you should see in both IMAX and 3D. And I hate 3D.

In this New York Times Anatomy of a Scene video, Cuarón narrates a scene from the film that stars Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. The scene, he says, was constructed in one single shot and is supposed to immerse you into the action. He goes on to say that he wanted you, the audience, to feel like you were floating in space. And yeah, that’s definitely true.

Check it out below! 

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