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Mad Max: Fury Road Shouldn’t Exist, And That’s Why It Should Win Best Picture


The final results that we see on the big screen often do their best to hide it, but the truth of the matter is that every Hollywood production is a struggle. Every stage of the process presents cut backs and negotiations; there’s an incredible amount of physical and emotional effort that goes into the set-up of every scene; and the whole thing can all be so long, repetitive, and drawn that everyone involved, by the end, can’t help but feel mounting frustration. The Academy Awards have never been shy about appreciating this harder side of filmmaking ...
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