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The Great Lengths Hardcore Henry Went To To Prevent Audience Motion Sickness


An interesting problem that has developed in the world of modern cinema has been the increased use of hand-held cameras and the issue of nausea that it can create. Films like The Blair Witch Project and Cloverfield are famous examples, but some movie-goers have even take some issue with the cinematography featured in Paul Greengrass' Bourne titles. You'd think that this would be a serious issue for the new action movie Hardcore Henry - which plays out entirely in first person – but the reason it doesn't is because a great deal of experimentation and testing was done to make sure ...
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