But as far as shooting, that was very scary, trying to make a point and drive the film. Nick, our director, allowed us to do a lot of takes. to New York, and met people and shot along the way. We'd be shooting in the middle of a forest where it was raining, shooting guns.
He wanted the tone of the narrative to feel as close to a documentary as possible.17: How was filming on the road? If felt like a road trip, because it really was one. Then soon after that we'll go in soaking wet, drenched and smelling bad with mud on our feet and drive ten hours. While some may dismiss Belle as delicate, Watson's portrayal sounds far from it.
We were constantly moving forward with the film, and moving forward as people across America.17: Why should Seventeen readers go see ? I think what a lot of young women like about this movie is its protagonist. She specifically requested riding boots, instead of ballet flats, so her character could ride horses and run around the French countryside.
She was on screen for only about two minutes, but she was mesmerizing and memorable. The documentary parts are actual documentary; not scripted.
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