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The Matrix Revolutions: Crew (Video 2004) - Plot Summary Poster

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  • This making-of piece is composed of four segments: "Owen's Army: The Australian Art Department" (4:22), "2nd Unit: A World of Their Own" (5:58), "Bill Pope: Cinematographer of The Matrix" (5:48), and "Masters of Light and Shadow" (6:51). These show a mix of movie clips, behind the scenes elements, and interviews. We hear from production designer Owen Paterson, supervising art director Hugh Bateup, art director Jules Cook, props department leading hand Kevin McManus, second unit director Kimble Rendall, second unit director of photography Ross Emery, second unit dolly grip Matt Coping, director of photography Bill Pope, supervising key grip Ray Brown, gaffer Reg Garside, and first assistant director James McTeigue. They cover sets and art design, the work of the second unit, Pope's career and cinematographic choices, electrical issues, and various practical physical work required to shoot. "Army" covers the art department's offices and introduce us to the workers. "World" details the nature of second unit photography. "Bill Pope" goes through some general subjects and "Masters" acts more as a general introduction than anything else.


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