‘Cafeteria zombie attack’ sa ‘All Of Us Are Dead’ one take lang; mga bida at kontrabida pinag-workshop
Cast members ng ‘All Of Us Are Dead.’
KALOKA! As in tinapos talaga namin ng isang araw ang isa na namang hit Korean zombie series na “All Of Us Are Dead.”
Hot na hot ngayon ang nasabing pelikula na nagsimulang mapanood sa Netflix last Jan. 28 na nananatili pa rin ngayon sa top spot ng Philippines’ Top 10 list.
Bida rito sina Park Ji-hoo bilang Nam On Jo, Yoon Chan-Young as Lee Cheong San, Cho Yi-hyun na gumanap bilang Nam Ra, Park Solomon as Lee Suhyeok, at Yoo In-soo bilang Yoo Gwi-nam.
May 12 episode ang “All Of Us Are Dead” na tatalakay sa kuwento ng isang grupo ng high school students na na-trap sa kanilang school building nang magsimula ang pagkalat ng virus.
Ang bawat tatamaan ng nasabing virus ay nagiging “flesh-eating monsters” o tila mga zombie na gutom na gutom na kumain ng laman ng tao.
In fairness, isa ang “All Of Us Are Dead” sa mga zombie serye na masasabi naming perfect ang pagkakagawa — mula sa special effects, twits and turns sa bawat episode, hanggang galing ng mga artistang nagsiganap at ang pagkakadirek ng pelikula.
Sa napanood naming BTS o behind-the-scenes footages na uploaded sa The Swoon’s YouTube channel, naikuwento ng director na si Lee Jae Kyoo kung paano nila nabuo ang cast na talaga namang kinagiliwan at hinangaan ng mga manonood.
“It’s a story about the sudden appearance of zombies at school. And it should look as real as possible to viewers.
“So we wanted faces unfamiliar to the audience for the roles, which can be more appealing and more fun to watch. So we wanted to cast new faces to create the atmosphere,” pahayag ng Korean director.
Patuloy pang kuwento ng direktor, “After casting was completed, we held a workshop. All the kids bonded and swapped roles when reading the script.
“It helped them understand other roles. So what we most took into account was realness as well as chemistry among actors. That’s how my directing went,” chika pa ni Lee Jae Kyoo.
Naikuwento rin niya na talagang nagpatayo pa sila ng four-story school para sa nasabing zombie series, “For those who aren’t fans of zombie films, we tried to incorporate many different tools in this for a fun viewing experience.
“We tried to make the school look animated and bright at first. We gave a lot of thought to lighting and colors for every single space.
“To perfectly convey our intention, we built a set 100 meters long. So we can safely say that we built a four-story school,” aniya pa.
At knows n’yo ba na take one lang ang nakakalokang cafeteria scene kung saan nagsimulang magkagulo ang mga estudyante dahil nga sa virus outbreak.
“To make it look more realistic and lively, we used many one-takes and long takes in the beginning. I’m talking about a scene where zombies come into the cafeteria after the virus spreads all over.
“Zombies attack the area where 200 students gathered. We shot that scene in one take,” sabi pa ng direktor.
Pero dagdag niya, ang daan-daang artista at crew members na kasama sa nasabing eksena ay buong araw nag-rehearse para ma-perfect ang choreo ng bawat galaw nila.
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