A delightful anecdote about “Don’t Worry Darling,” which happened when Chris Pine visited the set for the first time, was shared by a designer from the Victory community. The artist reported that Olivia Wilde also had a funny reaction when she saw her idea built.
the set designer don’t worry darlingIn a conversation with BioBioChile, Rachel Ferrara and Katie Byron revealed a funny anecdote about Chris Pine’s reaction when he first arrived on the set of the film.
According to Ferrara and Byron, one of the first actors to arrive on the set of the recently released film was Chris Pine, one of the creators of Victory, who played Frank in the fiction.
According to Katie Byron, the actor was in time for the first rehearsal when he headed straight for the curtain. I asked him, “Is there a problem with the curtains?” why are you looking at them so closely?
But he wasn’t the only one who had a particular reaction when he saw the montage. The film’s director, Olivia Wilde, also had an unexpected reaction to Rachel Ferrara.
“I would go to the set and trace fabrics and crystals with my hands and say, ‘Oh my God!
According to Ferrara, Wilde was thoroughly and “lovingly” involved in all her work. they.
“Design is a long way. When you’re unsure about something and she comes up and appreciates your work, you’re like, ‘I did it, I did it.’ ) motivates me to do more to shine,” he added.
of don’t worry darling The young Chambers couple, played by Florence Pugh (Alice) and Harry Styles (Jack), move into the utopian community of Victory, where the wife assumes the role of stay-at-home mom and the husband takes on top-secret business. It’s a project.
The locations and sets throughout the film maintain an aesthetic that is very close to 50s society, but like any utopia, details that would have been very modern for the time are questionable. increase.
The brains behind this world are truly Byron, Ferrara and Olivia Wilde.the designer said BioBio Chile Because of this particular idea, one of the most difficult pieces to create was the miniature model of Victory that appears in the film.
“The Victory miniature we made for Frank’s house was one of the big challenges for us because it was expensive,” Katie Byron began.
“It takes a lot of effort and money to create such detailed miniatures, but we had to make models, so we had to design the city of Victory much sooner,” he added. rice field.