One of the most anticipated films of 2015, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's " Survivor ", is just a few months away from the premiere. The director and his team more than once in their interviews said that filming the picture was very difficult for them. To create the necessary atmosphere and give the tape dark tones, Inarritu went to places almost untouched by man - to the Canadian Rocky Mountains. To avoid the use of artificial lighting, the film crew worked only at certain times of the day in rather harsh conditions.|
In a conversation with the journalists of the portal Yahoo Movies , the star of the upcoming film Leonardo DiCaprio shared his own impressions of filming:For viewers, The Survivor will become a unique spectacle that they have not seen in our time. I can name 30 or even 40 scenes that were the most difficult for me that I have ever done in a movie. I plunged into icy water, slept on the corpses of animals, and what I had to eat is not even worth talking about. We were constantly freezing ... Inarritu closely followed what was happening in the frame, because he knew perfectly well what he wanted to see in the end, and would not agree to anything less ”.
And when asked if Leo is afraid of competition with the seventh "Star Wars", which will open in Western cinemas at almost the same time as " Survivor ", the actor noted that there will be enough spectators for everyone, especially since it is unlikely that anyone can compete with the space saga on equal terms.
The world premiere of "The Survivor" will take place on December 25 , and USA viewers will be able to see the film on January 7, 2016 .
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