Weathering with You Trailer 2 (Hindi Dubbed)
Weathering With You Movie Review
In the movie, Weathering with You, Damon plays a movie star who is having a nice vacation in Italy. He and his wife are attending a party at a place that many of the stars visit each year. The dinner is going well until he accidentally meets a “Harley Davidson” rider, which turns out to be a friend of the groom.
Surprise! It’s Kyle, who is a stunt rider who rides a motorcycle like the famous movie star. A small group of friends meet up with him and they wind up taking a ride together.
We meet Kyle and he tells us he was a motorcycle enthusiast growing up and he loves motorcycles. During the ride they pass several places where famous riders have stopped by. Each time he thinks they passed it by right, he notices that they have passed it. After looking at the same spot for a couple minutes he tells them, “I knew we had to take that shot!”
The Weathering with You movie uses photography in a very unique way. They shot a sequence of shots using stop motion snowflakes, which also had to be composited on top of a photograph to give it the appearance of the rain falling. The idea behind this scene was to make a snow scene with very different textures from a rainforest scene.
At one point they get on a motorcycle and try to use the brakes while riding it. When trying to brake, the wheels spin, but at the same time, the rider and his motorcycle are exposed to rain. Because of this effect, we get to see raindrops falling down the windshield of the motorcycle, followed by water dripping off the back wheel of the motorcycle.
Water falls down a windshield and on the ground. The snowflakes on the ground then have splashes of water droplets. The elements add a real look to this snowfall and complement the picture and the movie. There are no more shots of the windshield being shot, and the result is one of the most realistic rain scenes seen in the movie.
For all the rain in the movie, it still did not escape our attention that the rain was unrealistically fake. How? The directors were able to use a long lens to shoot the rain, and they were able to do so from above. This allowed them to create a wide shadow around the storm clouds that looked realistic. This is not to say that the rain scene was overly realistic, however, but it does make the scenes in Weathering with You look as if they truly happened.
One of the best scenes in Weathering with You is the one where a couple is preparing for their wedding. As the bride approaches the groom, he takes her hand and they walk hand in hand to the entrance of the church. They arrive in a beautifully lit chapel and the movie then cuts to a shot of the bride stepping onto the altar and being married.
This scene is a moving and sentimental one that felt real. It was quite an accomplishment to work out all the details in this scene. The camera was mounted high enough so that all the detail of the bride and groom could be seen. Some of the costume changes in the scene involved adding fake makeup and flowers.
You may think that a wedding is a special event where a small camera was never used. However, this is not the case in Weathering with You. All the camera equipment was carefully mounted at a height that would allow the camera to capture all the little details.
Rain pouring from the ceiling is one of the most realistic rain effects that a camera can be used to capture. However, the camera was being used to create the look of rainfall and the camera was being used to shoot the rain falling on the ground and the bride and groom. The camera, while shooting rain, was also capturing all the detail of the wedding ceremony and everything around the area. This is possible because the weather has the ability to do this.
Weathering with You movie fans should see how the rain on set really looked, if they haven’t seen it before. It is certainly one of the most accurate and successful uses of the camera. motion picture camera in film history.