Star Wars: The Last Jedi, here is how it was made the scene of the milking of Luke!
In the last hours is a whole series of articles that seek to provide explanations and details behind some of the scenes or the climax of a narrative of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the eighth chapter of the sci-fi saga, in spite of having divided the fandom, continues unabated to dominate the box office success.
After you have revealed the reason for which the basis of the Crait was abandoned by the Rebel Alliance, and explained finally why the bombs to fall, the bombers actually fall toward the “low” even though in space there is no gravity, here, thanks to an interview, it is revealed the realization of one of the scenes most “controversial” of the film: the one in which Luke Skywalker milk, from the generous breasts of a Thala-Siren of Ahch-To, of the fresh milk green and then drink it.
The scene of the milking, which to many seemed excessive and embarrassing, it was made in very practical terms, resorting to the use of a animatrocnic given that the director Rian Johnson wanted to shoot it directly on the cliffs of the island of Skellig Michael, as revealed by Neal Scanlan, the head of the creatures of the film.
At the beginning of the shoot, Rian [Johnson] told me that he intended to use the animatronics and the special effects are practical, placing everything on the set is real, because he didn't want to realise those scenes in the studio.
So we went in that particular location, we photographed and we got a digital map so as to recreate those rocks, once back at Pinewood Studios.
When we sculpted the thala-the siren (it's a giant puppet in the animatronic up almost 2.5 metres) the we created, so that you can enter perfectly into the interior of the rocks, in such a way that that seemed to be sitting among the rocks.
Then we brought this great snowman on the rocks with a helicopter and two puppeteers are entered inside the animatronic: one to move the head and shoulders and another to operate the release mechanism of the milk green when Luke milking the Thala-Siren.
On the set, in addition to the puppeteers inside of the snowman and the other two, who moved to the other animals in the background, there were Mark Hamill, Daisy Ridley, director Rian Johnson and two other people.
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