How A Huge Accident On 1917 Led To One Of Movie’s Best Moments

Under the circumstances of any normal film, a spill like George MacKay’s would wind up on an outtake reel, and that scene would be reset for another take without a thought. However, 1917 was far from a “normal film,” as the demands of the real time experience dictated that not only would every scene be rehearsed meticulously, but they would be shot as close to a single take as they possibly could be.

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