Seven years have passed since director Alfonso Cuarón’s critically-acclaimed sci-fi film Children of Men released in theaters. However, the wait has only heightened interest in his upcoming space thriller, Gravity, starring the Oscar-winners Sandra Bullock and George Clooney as a pair of astronauts who end up stranded in space after satellite debris cripples their shuttle and docking station.
Film buffs have spent the last couple years looking forward to another master class in technical wizardry from Cuarón, following the announcement that his 3D project contains an elaborate 15-20 minute opening shot; not to mention, even more of the director’s signature extended tracking shots and uninterrupted takes than have been featured in his previous films (including, Y Tu Mamá También and Harry Potter and ...
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