Um perfil no instagram compara o roteiro do filme com a cena filmada

A versão imaginada Vs a versão filmada.

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Luide
13 de março de 2018

Alguns dos mitos mais legais do cinema são aqueles a respeito de atores que improvisam nos sets. De Robert De Niro em Taxi DriverHeath Ledger em Cavaleiro das Trevas. É incrível descobrir que aquela cena histórica foi feita no improviso. Mas e quando o ator simplesmente segue o roteiro? E quando a condução da cena é exatamente como imaginada?

O perfil Script to Screen coloca lado a lado o roteiro original do filme com a cena gravada. Assim da pra notar que sem uma boa atuação, palavras em um roteiro bem escrito são apenas palavras.

O Poderoso Chefão:

The Godfather (1972) “Look how they massacred me boy.” #MarlonBrando wanted to make #DonCorleone “look like a bulldog”, so he stuffed his cheeks with cotton wool for the audition. For the actual filming, he wore a mouthpiece made by a dentist. • Directed by: Francis Ford Coppola • Written by: Mario Puzo & Francis Ford Coppola #thegodfather #godfather #francisfordcoppola #alpacino #robertduvall #jamescaan #script #screenplay #scripttoscreen

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Get Out:

Swipe ← • ◦ ◦ Get Out (2017) Filmmaker @JordanPeele became the first African-American to win the #AcademyAward for #BestOriginalScreenplay, for his film #GetOut. Was it well-deserved? Share your thoughts below! ↓ • Directed by: Jordan Peele • Written by: Jordan Peele @getoutmovie #jordanpeele #danielkaluuya #oscars #bestpicture #screenplay #scripttoscreen #film #actor #sunkenplace

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O Destino de Uma Nação:

Swipe ← • ◦ ◦ Darkest Hour (2017) #GaryOldman won his first #Oscar on Sunday for his lead role as British wartime leader #WinstonChurchill in #DarkestHour • Directed by: Joe Wright • Written by: Anthony McCarten • Did you know? Gary Oldman spent over 200 hours in makeup undergoing a radical transformation that necessitated “fattening” his body with prosthetics weighing half his own weight. #theoscars #theacademy #oscars #bestactor #scripttoscreen #script #screenplay #joewright

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O Iluminado:

Swipe ← • ◦ The Shining (1980) “Here’s Johnny!” • Directed by: Stanley Kubrick • Written by: Stephen King (novel), Stanley Kubrick & Diane Johnson • Did you know? According to Shelley Duvall, the infamous “Here’s Johnny!” scene took three days to film and the use of sixty doors.

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Coração Valente:

Swipe ← • ◦ “Braveheart” (1995) What would you consider to be the greatest speech in cinema history? • Directed by: Mel Gibson • Written by: Randall Wallace • Did you know? Mel Gibson initially turned down the role of William Wallace, as he felt he was too old for the part. However, Paramount Pictures would only finance the film if Gibson played the lead role, so he agreed.

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E aqui, a icônica cena de Taxi Driver:

Swipe ← • ◦ Taxi Driver (1976) check out @the_goodfilms for the best cinema content! “You talking to me?” • Directed by: Martin Scorsese • Written by: Paul Schrader • Did you know? The scene where Travis Bickle is talking to himself in the mirror was completely ad-libbed by Robert De Niro. The screenplay details just said, “Travis looks in the mirror.” Martin Scorsese claims that he got the inspiration for the scene from Marlon Brando mouthing words in front of a mirror in Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967).

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