'Dune' Anatomy of a Scene
The director Denis Villeneuve narrates a combat training sequence from his film, featuring Timothée Chalamet and Josh Brolin.
my name is Danny Will nev and I'm the director of Yeah don't stand with your back to the door. The scene needed to serve far purposes. First to establish the nature of the relationship between bullet treaties and Gurney Halleck To give more insight about the context in which the the treaties will move to a new planet named Iraqis three to induce the idea that polar treaties has been training for combat but has never really experienced real violence and four to introduce the concept of the old man shields and how they change their sense of combat announcement shields is a technology that protects individuals or vehicles from any fast objects. Therefore bullet terry rockets are obsolete so it means that man to man come back came back to swordfighting. The current referee between timothy Sharma who plays ball and josh Brolin who plays Gurney Halleck illustrate that each opponent is trying to distract his adversary by doing very fast moods in order to create an opportunity to insert slowly a blade inside the opponent's shield, get someone to move today move what's mood to do with it? You fight when the necessity arises no matter the moon fight. That choreography was designed by Roger yuan. He developed the a treatise fighting style borrowing from a martial art technique developed in the fifties. This technique was called failing to walk s crema. It's a style that involves blocking the opponent's attack with both a weapon and the free end. I have you. Hi I don't look down, my lord you to join me in death. Let's see you found the mood cinematographer great fraser and I shot the fight like we will shoot a dance performance. The goal was to embrace the complexity of the movements. With objective camera angles. We try to make sure that the audience will understand the nature of this new way of fighting. You don't really understand the grave nature of what's happening to us. But more importantly, I wanted to feel that George Brolin's character was caring about paul. Like if he was his own son, Can you imagine the wealth in your eyes? I need to see it in your eyes. You never met. Harkens me before. I have. They're not human, they're brutal. You have to be ready. Yeah. Yeah.