Uncharted director talks about one of the most “nervous” scenes of the movie

From Sony inexplain The film is finally released after years and years of delays and loss of director director. According to critics, the film is disappointing, is currently on a Rotten Tomatoes score of just 40 percent. However, your audience score is an impressive 90 percent. As usual, criticism and the public in general are divided. That said, although the movie can be dividing the Internet, it can not be denied that there are some scenarios and incredible scenes in the film, including a scene that involves Chloe, played by Sophia Ali. If you have not seen the movie yet, be careful with the spoilers that are coming.

There is a submarine scene in the film that involves Nathan Drake (Tom Holland) and Chloe who sees them both underwater during a considerable amount of time. If you have seen the movie, you will know what scene we are talking about. During a recent interview with director Ruben Fleischer, we mention this scene and ask if this kind of scenes are fun to shoot or not. To this end, Fleischer revealed that this scene, in particular, was quite “anguished”.

“There are a couple of remarkable things about it. I had never done something like that. Maybe I had a limited water job on the past things, but never like a situation in which a set is full of water. The interesting thing is that I would never have imagined it, it is the way you really achieve that, both from a safety perspective and from a practical perspective, is that, instead of having a set in which the water enters, what we did was Build a set that would go down to the water. Then, there was a giant tank and the cameras were fixed to the set. And so, we all descended together. And so, it seems as if the room was filling with water, but, in fact, what happens, because it comes from below, is that the device is actually immersed in water. And then, when the shot ends, we go up again and all the water drains, and we will do it again, which was super creative, but, certainly, it takes a long time. “

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Fleischer continues:

“And then, it’s fun to make sequences like that, but, at the same time, it is always a bit stressful when you have actors in real danger. I mean, they were literally underwater and containing breathing for a long time. So, there are security divers surrounding them with additional tanks. Fortunately, both Tom and Sophia are really capable physically. And Sophia, in reality, her pulmonary ability is amazing. I think she could stay underwater longer than Tom. easier. I do not know if she has swimming experience or what, but she was really capable under water. But it is always a bit stressful when you put the actors and not the doubles in extreme circumstances. “

The Uncharted movie is currently projecting in cinemas across the country.