WORDS & PICTURES
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One of the most enjoyable parts of making a film for us is seeing artist friends’ interpretations of poster artwork. One of our more embarrassingly talented friends has bestowed upon us the most insane two-page spread for BAG MAN, and we thought we just had to share it with the rest of the world. An impressive interpretation of where the weapon originally came from.
Hugest thanks to the one and only ANDIE TONG (Spectacular Spiderman, Tron: Betrayal) for this mini masterpiece. Hmm, maybe we should start thinking about a comic…
If anyone's interested, we've also included a few pages of the script and a section of storyboards from the same scene. These will show you just how close we stayed true to the original dialogue and framing on the shoot. Obviously things do change when actors and crew offer up ideas on the day, but it's always nice to compare the original written words and drawn frames to what ended up in the final cut.
Take special note of the owl starting out as a deer in the script below. Apparently deers are infamous primadonnas, and don't really like traveling out to remote locations. "You want a deer in your film? You come to the deer." (Look out for how many times a shot of a deer in a movie is a vfx composite!) In hindsight, we're very glad the deer played hard to get, because owls are infinitely cooler!
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