When Diane Lockhart's life savings are lost, she must start from scratch at a new firm.
Get nasty. (Season 1)
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Did You Know?
For the pre-credits sequence of exploding items in slow motion, co-creators Michelle King
and Robert King
hired visual effects artist Lawson Deming
(The Good Wife
(2009)) to create something quite different. In conjunction with f/x specialist Tom Ceglia
, Deming utilized a camera capable of shooting 25,000 fps and a trunnion gun to fire both glass and steel balls at the fragile items. For the larger solid items such as the chair and table, they used a detonation cord capable of greater fragmentation. For the 40 seconds that make up the dynamic intro, the team spent 24 hours of actual shooting, 12 hours of testing, weeks of prop building, and days of editing to complete the sequence. See more