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‘Furiosa’ | Anatomy of a Scene

The director George Miller narrates a sequence from his film featuring Anya Taylor-Joy and Tom Burke.

Hello, I’m George Miller, director of “Furiosa.” At this point in the movie, we’ve got Furiosa played by Anya Taylor-Joy and we’ve got Praetorian Jack played by Tom Burke arriving at Bullet Farm, where they’re meant to pick up all these munitions and weapons for this battle. However, when they get to the Bullet Farm, there’s something weird going on. When they see the dog with a foot in its mouth, they realize that that’s Dementus’s dog. And they know at that moment that Dementus has somehow taken over the Bullet Farm. She just gets out in time, and the other car that came in with them gets basically cut in half by this massive steel portcullis. And that shot was a very difficult shot to do. Anya had to do that 180 degree turn. The portcullis came down. But to pull the timing of her turn and the portcullis coming down and crushing the other car was very, very difficult to do. [GUNSHOT] So there’s a certain part of this sequence which has no music because the music would be redundant, so it’s not scored. The score only arises when it informs what’s happening between our two main characters. They have to respond in the moment like all Warriors do, and get out of this situation. And in the process we find them relinquishing their own self interest. One for the other. What follows is that through their actions, not their words and their promises to each other, but through their actions that they actually are prepared to give of themselves entirely to the other. [ENGINE RUMBLE] So in a way, it’s kind of a love story in the middle of an action scene. That’s always at the heart of every action sequence. It’s not all the kinetics and the sound of it. It’s all about an interaction of characters. It’s character driven and it’s the interplay between the characters that we’re most interested in.

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