May 19, 2018
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VIDEO: Anatomy of a Scene | ‘Atomic Blonde’ | The New York Times

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VIDEO: Film directors walk viewers through one scene of their movies, showing the magic, motives and the mistakes from behind the camera.

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Kitchen appliances and cookware become makeshift weapons in this scene from “Atomic Blonde,” featuring Charlize Theron as a spy with serious fighting chops. Director David Leitch (John Wick) has some chops of his own: a background in stunts that helped him stage the high-energy sequence. In an interview, he discussed that history, this scene and what it means to shoot “Hong Kong” style.

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