“In the first pass, we have a body double stand in. And the camera - it’s this awesome thing called a Technodolly - will memorize all the movements in the scene and repeat them automatically every time we reshoot with me as a different character. Then we take the double out, and when I shoot, there’s a tennis ball, an X taped on the wall, or a dot where my clones are standing, and I have to remember where they move throughout the scene. I also have an earwig in my ear that plays recordings of my other characters’ lines. So I’m basically talking to the air the whole time.” - Tatiana Maslany (on playing multiple clones in one scene)
YOU GUYS PROBABLY DON’T KNOW A SHIT ABOUT WHAT’S HAPPENING IN BRAZIL BUT AT THIS EXACTLY MOMENT WE HAVE MORE THAN 100000 PEOPLE IN THE STREETS PROTESTING IN RIO DE JANEIRO, MORE THAN 60000 IN SAO PAULO AND PROTESTS ARE HAPPENING RIGHT NOW IN THE WHOLE COUNTRY I’M JUST SO FUCKING PROUD OF MY PEOPLE AND SAD AT THE SAME TIME BECAUSE YOU GUYS FROM THE REST OF THE WORLD AREN’T GETTING INFORMATION ABOUT IT
Brazil is protesting against corruption, police brutality, for better schools, hopitals and public transportation, for the media show the truth and not to repress protests. Who can not go to the streets can help supporting the moviment, sharing in social networking. The protest that started with some people in one city now is in the whole country with thousands of people. Right now the protesters are in the capital in front of the National Congress of Brazil, the legislative body of Brazil’s federal government.
Basically, we’re taking the streets. We are fighting for our rights and trying to get the government to fix what’s wrong with our country. We fight against censure, abusive taxes, violence. We fight for better education, better health, a better future. We are changing Brazil!
Right now there are about 100 thousand people in the streets of Rio, and protests are happening all over the country. Some others went to the Congress in Brasilia to protest peacefully (you can see it here). The government and the media are trying to ignore it, but by now it’s impossible. Police are shooting rubber bullets at unarmed manifestants since we started the fight for our rights, and for times it seemed that we were in a battlefield. But we are brazilians and we never give up.
(I hope you understand what I say, I’M KIND OF OVERWHELMED RIGHT NOW, even though I’m not in the streets I am very proud of my people)
CHANGE BRAZIL! We will keep fighting for what’s right!
This is our people finally waking up and fighting for our rights.
I’ve never been so proud to be Brazilian!
<3 MUCH LOVE AND RESPECT FOR ALL THE BRAVE ONES OUT ON THE STREETS.
THERE ARE SO MANY PEOPLE ON THE STREETS AND I’M SO PROUD.
Well, I got nowhere else to go. The ex-wife took the whole damn planet in the divorce. All I got left is my bones.
It feels amazing to see history being made in my country and to realize that in the future children will learn about it at school.
And I saw it happen.