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The Adjustment Bureau: Becoming Elise (2011)

This short features Blunt, Nolfi, Hackett, Damon, Moore, choreographer Benoit-Swan Pouffer, and producer Bill Carraro. The piece looks at Blunt's training for the role and her performance. ... See full summary »
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Emily Blunt ... Herself
Matt Damon ... Himself
George Nolfi ... Himself
Benoit-Swan Pouffer Benoit-Swan Pouffer ... Himself
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This short features Blunt, Nolfi, Hackett, Damon, Moore, choreographer Benoit-Swan Pouffer, and producer Bill Carraro. The piece looks at Blunt's training for the role and her performance. It provides a good take on the work Blunt did for the part.

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USA

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English

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21 June 2011 (USA) See more »

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How becoming
27 September 2017 | by TBJCSKCNRRQTreviewsSee all my reviews

This is one of the two featurettes on my library's DVD of The Adjustment Bureau. The other being Leaping Through New York. Well, there's also Destined To Be, but that one isn't on IMDb as I type this. The running time is 7 minutes.

It's made up of interviews with both romantic leads(who go into the extensive training, the food she had to eat... Matt! You jerk! Solidarity, dude! I'm kidding. Wasn't the nicest thing to do, though. It took me completely by surprise that it didn't come naturally to her. In both this and The Edge of Tomorrow, she's so graceful - I guess that's why they call it movie *magic*).

Then there's writer/director George Nolfi(who had envisioned it for a professional, rather than an actor), and choreographer Benoit-Swan Pouffer(who knew the difficulty in making someone not experienced *appear* to be, to move in just the right way for it), ...and several other people, that I guess either weren't submitted to here, or confirmed as being in it, or something. Anyway, also, film clips, and behind-the-scenes footage. This shows lots, and lots, of dancing... rehearsing, performing, etc.

This has a little(albeit for the short duration, it will seem like a lot. Concentrated around the middle) moderate to strong language. I recommend this to anyone interested in the subject. 7/10


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