They fight while Junior screams at them to stop.
Q: The most emotional and devastating moment for me was when Walt Jr. watched his parents fight. Was it technical to shoot?
As opposed to watching Bryan do one long take on the phone where you’re just swept up in the emotion, the fight was more of a technical endeavor, making sure it came across as violent while everyone was safe. I think it speaks more to the actors, the emotion that got all through that technical stuff.
– Rian Johnson
There was a lot of choreography. Both Bryan and Anna wanted to do everything themselves, and they worked it out with Rian. Rian, as he always does, had all his shots mapped out exactly how he wanted to see [them] and pieced together the violent moments of the fight. It’s really watching Bryan and Anna at the top of their craft and hitting their marks, not hurting each other, not getting so lost in the moment technically but still bringing the performance. It was just stunning. It was such a feat.
– Moira Walley-Beckett
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