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The short was filmed “guerrilla style” on location on a budget of about $100,000 — most of which went toward the 10-person crew’s travel costs — and Cuaron completed it in time to meld the dialogue into Gravity’s final sound mix. The result is a seamless conversation between Aningaaq and Ryan, stranded 200 miles above him, the twin stories of isolated human survival providing thematic cohesion. Still, Jonas says he was careful “to make it a piece that could stand on its own.”

www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/gravity-spinoff-watch-side-sandra-657919


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    Wow! One of the best scenes in the film. I’d been purposefully avoiding anything in the media concerning Gravity so it wouldn’t spoil the experience, but now I’ve seen it this is a very welcome piece of information. Thank you.



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