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防疫接吻两不误?眼下该怎么拍爱情戏?

防疫接吻两不误?眼下该怎么拍爱情戏?

Lynn Elber,美联社 2020年07月17日
拍电影也要保持社交距离,但亲密镜头怎么处理?好莱坞自有办法。

好莱坞可以用技术手段制造怪兽和想象世界,让观众惊叹不已。现在,我们被迫戴上口罩,保持社交距离,好莱坞能用技术创造一个平平无奇的银幕之吻吗?

答案是可以,肥皂剧《大胆而美丽》(The Bold and The Beautiful)的制作人正在有策略地实现浪漫。3月全行业停工后,这部戏是首批复拍的电视剧之一,为了让演职人员聚在一起,剧组聘请了健康顾问,做足了防疫措施。

剧组也加入了一些巧思,比如雇佣演员现实中的伴侣作为吻戏替身,甚至在一些部分场景中,使用人体模特避免破坏主演的防疫安全距离。

“这部电视剧已经播了这么多年了,今天却感觉又成为了行业先锋,因为我们是第一批重新开机的人,按照当前的安全标准创新拍摄方式,而且很成功。令人兴奋。”《大胆与美丽》的执行制片人布拉德利•贝尔说。哥伦比亚广播公司(CBS)的这部剧1987年首播,现在已经播了差不多8300集,而且还在继续。

在剧中扮演肖娜•富尔顿的丹尼斯•里查兹说,重返工作岗位让人激动,她对剧组的防护措施也很满意,而和往常一样,这部肥皂剧里有“很多爱情场景”。

《大胆和美丽》的剧本是在疫情爆发前写的,在新常态下进行拍摄前剧本筹备审核时,剧组一开始决定删掉拥抱场景。但这是好莱坞发挥创造力的机会。

解决方法:贝尔说,一个演员站在足够远的距离外念台词,镜头里的对手戏演员用“低沉亲密的声音”回应,并向镜头外的人体模特投以“美丽而渴望的眼神”。

“但事实是,他们都是一个人在拍,他们在创造电视剧奇迹,”他带着戏剧般的感染力说。

哥伦比亚广播公司2018年发布了这张剧照,是杰森•汤普森(左) 和阿米莉亚•海涅尔在日间电视剧《后生可畏》(“Young and the Restless”)中的一幕。因疫情停播后,该剧将于下周恢复拍摄。照片来源:Cliff Lipson—CBS via AP

其中一个替身在大约15年前泰勒•海耶斯(亨特•泰罗)假死的一场墓地戏中有过演出,之后就被打入冷宫,放进了道具室。还有一个替身是个真人大小的玩偶,从没出过镜。

但是那些高潮镜头怎么办?那些拥抱和让人心跳骤停的接吻怎么拍?这时就轮到演员的伴侣登场了,演员卡特里娜•鲍登的丈夫、音乐家本•乔根森就在最近的场景里出了镜。

鲍登饰演的弗洛•富尔顿(里查兹扮演的肖娜的女儿)被绑架并被绑在了暖气片上,她的对手演员达林•布鲁克斯饰演的怀亚特•斯宾塞赶来营救。

“这个场景真的需要一个大大的拥抱和亲吻。”贝尔说,“所以等她一放出来,我们就停止拍摄,让卡特里娜的丈夫来演,由他们来结束这一幕。我们看到了他的后脑勺,我认为完全能让人相信这就是达林。”

理查兹期待着和她丈夫亚伦•菲珀斯拍一场爱情戏,代替合作演员托斯滕•凯扮演的里奇•弗雷斯特。

《大胆而美丽》之前的拍摄从来没停过,现在仍是影视圈早早重新开机的少数剧组。

洛杉矶电影外景拍摄办公室周三表示,自6月份州和地方政府解除禁令以来,电影行业的重启是“渐进而谨慎的”。6月19日重新开放以来,该办公室每天收到约14份许可证申请,大概是正常时期申请数量的20%。

其他电视台的系列剧中,哥伦比亚广播公司的《后生可畏》计划下周恢复拍摄,全国广播公司(NBC)的《我们的日子》(Days of our Lives)计划9月,而美国广播公司(ABC)的《综合医院》(General Hospital)还没有宣布具体日期。黄金时段的节目也还不稳定,包括秋季档的节目。英国肥皂剧《艾玛镇》(Emmerdale)上月恢复了拍摄。

《我们的日子》执行制片人肯•科戴说,“学习曲线”很陡。《我们的日子》自1965年开播以来,拍摄效率很高。因此即使在停工期,这部连续剧也有足够的库存可以一直播到10月。

在疫情前,“我们每周制作8集、每集1小时。每天差不多能拍四五十个场景。”科黛说,“可以说,重新开机后这样的速度基本上是不可能的。我们必须要更加小心。所以可能一周会做5集,或者更多?还没定。”

他说,成本肯定会更高。《大胆而美丽》剧组的经验也说明,防范疫情传播需要花费大量人工和时间。

演职人员每周都会进行检测,每天到工作室和片场时都会量体温。他们需要回答健康检查问题,每人都发了口罩,有时是面罩,还会发一个小箱子装剧本、水、梳子和化妆刷等,避免和他人接触。

有一名指定的防疫协调员负责监督拍摄,包括监督人们保持安全距离(不论戴口罩与否)。最开始的检测出了问题,出现了大量不确定结果,导致拍摄被迫暂停,并重新修改了流程。

到目前为止,所有演职人员的检测结果都是阴性,贝尔说。

Reel Health的总裁兼首席执行官马里奥•拉米雷斯说,公司聘请了受过医学培训的工作人员,监督相关企业执行公司流行病学家制定的规程,确保其符合行业和政府标准,这家公司的主营业务是为娱乐行业提供疫情应对。

拉米雷斯说:“首先,你需要确保进入片场的每个人都是健康的,这是最重要的。”这可以保证拍摄正常进行。

艾丽西亚•罗迪斯是一位经验丰富的亲密关系指导,她帮助演员工会制定了拍摄浪漫场景和模拟性爱场景的操作指南,她说,想办法把浪漫戏搬上银幕是不可避免的,也是必要的。

“说到底,亲密行为是不会消失的。身体上的亲密接触是人类体验的重要部分。”罗迪斯说,“我们必须找到办法继续讲这些故事,哪怕是在非常时期。”(财富中文网)

译者:Feb

好莱坞可以用技术手段制造怪兽和想象世界,让观众惊叹不已。现在,我们被迫戴上口罩,保持社交距离,好莱坞能用技术创造一个平平无奇的银幕之吻吗?

答案是可以,肥皂剧《大胆而美丽》(The Bold and The Beautiful)的制作人正在有策略地实现浪漫。3月全行业停工后,这部戏是首批复拍的电视剧之一,为了让演职人员聚在一起,剧组聘请了健康顾问,做足了防疫措施。

剧组也加入了一些巧思,比如雇佣演员现实中的伴侣作为吻戏替身,甚至在一些部分场景中,使用人体模特避免破坏主演的防疫安全距离。

“这部电视剧已经播了这么多年了,今天却感觉又成为了行业先锋,因为我们是第一批重新开机的人,按照当前的安全标准创新拍摄方式,而且很成功。令人兴奋。”《大胆与美丽》的执行制片人布拉德利•贝尔说。哥伦比亚广播公司(CBS)的这部剧1987年首播,现在已经播了差不多8300集,而且还在继续。

在剧中扮演肖娜•富尔顿的丹尼斯•里查兹说,重返工作岗位让人激动,她对剧组的防护措施也很满意,而和往常一样,这部肥皂剧里有“很多爱情场景”。

《大胆和美丽》的剧本是在疫情爆发前写的,在新常态下进行拍摄前剧本筹备审核时,剧组一开始决定删掉拥抱场景。但这是好莱坞发挥创造力的机会。

解决方法:贝尔说,一个演员站在足够远的距离外念台词,镜头里的对手戏演员用“低沉亲密的声音”回应,并向镜头外的人体模特投以“美丽而渴望的眼神”。

“但事实是,他们都是一个人在拍,他们在创造电视剧奇迹,”他带着戏剧般的感染力说。

哥伦比亚广播公司2018年发布了这张剧照,是杰森•汤普森(左) 和阿米莉亚•海涅尔在日间电视剧《后生可畏》(“Young and the Restless”)中的一幕。因疫情停播后,该剧将于下周恢复拍摄。照片来源:Cliff Lipson—CBS via AP

其中一个替身在大约15年前泰勒•海耶斯(亨特•泰罗)假死的一场墓地戏中有过演出,之后就被打入冷宫,放进了道具室。还有一个替身是个真人大小的玩偶,从没出过镜。

但是那些高潮镜头怎么办?那些拥抱和让人心跳骤停的接吻怎么拍?这时就轮到演员的伴侣登场了,演员卡特里娜•鲍登的丈夫、音乐家本•乔根森就在最近的场景里出了镜。

鲍登饰演的弗洛•富尔顿(里查兹扮演的肖娜的女儿)被绑架并被绑在了暖气片上,她的对手演员达林•布鲁克斯饰演的怀亚特•斯宾塞赶来营救。

“这个场景真的需要一个大大的拥抱和亲吻。”贝尔说,“所以等她一放出来,我们就停止拍摄,让卡特里娜的丈夫来演,由他们来结束这一幕。我们看到了他的后脑勺,我认为完全能让人相信这就是达林。”

理查兹期待着和她丈夫亚伦•菲珀斯拍一场爱情戏,代替合作演员托斯滕•凯扮演的里奇•弗雷斯特。

《大胆而美丽》之前的拍摄从来没停过,现在仍是影视圈早早重新开机的少数剧组。

洛杉矶电影外景拍摄办公室周三表示,自6月份州和地方政府解除禁令以来,电影行业的重启是“渐进而谨慎的”。6月19日重新开放以来,该办公室每天收到约14份许可证申请,大概是正常时期申请数量的20%。

其他电视台的系列剧中,哥伦比亚广播公司的《后生可畏》计划下周恢复拍摄,全国广播公司(NBC)的《我们的日子》(Days of our Lives)计划9月,而美国广播公司(ABC)的《综合医院》(General Hospital)还没有宣布具体日期。黄金时段的节目也还不稳定,包括秋季档的节目。英国肥皂剧《艾玛镇》(Emmerdale)上月恢复了拍摄。

《我们的日子》执行制片人肯•科戴说,“学习曲线”很陡。《我们的日子》自1965年开播以来,拍摄效率很高。因此即使在停工期,这部连续剧也有足够的库存可以一直播到10月。

在疫情前,“我们每周制作8集、每集1小时。每天差不多能拍四五十个场景。”科黛说,“可以说,重新开机后这样的速度基本上是不可能的。我们必须要更加小心。所以可能一周会做5集,或者更多?还没定。”

他说,成本肯定会更高。《大胆而美丽》剧组的经验也说明,防范疫情传播需要花费大量人工和时间。

演职人员每周都会进行检测,每天到工作室和片场时都会量体温。他们需要回答健康检查问题,每人都发了口罩,有时是面罩,还会发一个小箱子装剧本、水、梳子和化妆刷等,避免和他人接触。

有一名指定的防疫协调员负责监督拍摄,包括监督人们保持安全距离(不论戴口罩与否)。最开始的检测出了问题,出现了大量不确定结果,导致拍摄被迫暂停,并重新修改了流程。

到目前为止,所有演职人员的检测结果都是阴性,贝尔说。

Reel Health的总裁兼首席执行官马里奥•拉米雷斯说,公司聘请了受过医学培训的工作人员,监督相关企业执行公司流行病学家制定的规程,确保其符合行业和政府标准,这家公司的主营业务是为娱乐行业提供疫情应对。

拉米雷斯说:“首先,你需要确保进入片场的每个人都是健康的,这是最重要的。”这可以保证拍摄正常进行。

艾丽西亚•罗迪斯是一位经验丰富的亲密关系指导,她帮助演员工会制定了拍摄浪漫场景和模拟性爱场景的操作指南,她说,想办法把浪漫戏搬上银幕是不可避免的,也是必要的。

“说到底,亲密行为是不会消失的。身体上的亲密接触是人类体验的重要部分。”罗迪斯说,“我们必须找到办法继续讲这些故事,哪怕是在非常时期。”(财富中文网)

译者:Feb

Hollywood’s technical expertise can awe us with monsters and imaginary worlds. But is it capable of delivering a simple screen kiss during a pandemic marked by masks and social distancing?

Yes, according to the soap opera producer who is making that happen with a strategic approach to romance. “The Bold and the Beautiful,” in the vanguard of TV series that have resumed taping after an industry-wide shutdown in March, is relying on health advisers and coronavirus safeguards to bring cast and crew together.

There’s also ingenuity involved, which includes employing actors’ real-life partners as smooching stand-ins and, for more limited purposes, using a mannequin to eliminate the risk of breaching a co-star's infection safety zone.

“We feel almost like television pioneers all these years later because we’re the first ones out, blazing new ways of producing the shows with the current safety standards, and we’re getting the job done. It’s very exciting,” said Bradley Bell, executive producer of CBS’ “The Bold and the Beautiful,” which debuted in 1987 and is at roughly 8,300 episodes and counting.

Denise Richards, who plays Shauna Fulton, said she was excited to be back at work and pleased with the protective measures in place for the soap opera that, true to form, includes “a lot of love scenes.”

When “The Bold and the Beautiful” scripts written pre-coronavirus were reviewed in preparation for the new normal of production, the clinches initially were dropped. That was the cue for Hollywood creativity.

The solution: A carefully remote actor recites lines as their on-camera scene partner responds in a “low, intimate voice” and engages in “beautiful, yearning eye contact” with an off-camera doll, Bell said.

“But the fact is they’re all alone on the stage, making television magic,” he said, with dramatic flair.

One of the stand-ins is a mannequin relegated to the prop room some 15 years ago after starring in a cemetery scene about the faked death of character Taylor Hayes (Hunter Tylo). The other is a life-sized doll with no known TV credits.

But what about the payoff, the embrace and heart-stopping lip-lock? That’s where actors' partners come in, which recently included cast member Katrina Bowden's husband, musician Ben Jorgensen.

When Bowden's Flo Fulton (daughter to Richard's Shauna) is kidnapped and chained to a radiator, it's co-star Darin Brooks, as Wyatt Spencer, who comes to the rescue.

"It really called for a big embrace and a kiss,” Bell said. “So once she was freed, we stopped tape, Katrina's husband came in and they finished the scene. We see the back of his head, and I think it's very convincing it's really Darin.”

Richards was looking forward to taping a love scene with her husband, Aaron Phypers, standing in for co-star Thorsten Kaye's character, Ridge Forrester.

“The Bold and the Beautiful,” which had never before halted production, remains among the TV and movie outliers in getting back to work.

The industry's reboot has been “gradual and cautious” since state and local bans were lifted in June, the Los Angeles film office for location shooting, said Wednesday. The office, FilmLA, has tallied about 14 permit applications daily since its June 19 reopening, about 20% of what would be received in a typical period.

Among the other network serials, CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” plans to resume production next week, NBC’s “Days of our Lives” is targeting September, and ABC’s “General Hospital” has yet to announce a date. Prime-time shows also are in limbo, including those intended for the fall season. In the UK, the soap “Emmerdale” resumed filming last month.

The “learning curve” is steep, said Ken Corday, executive producer of “Days of our Lives,” which has been airing since 1965 and has efficiency down pat. When the shutdown occurred, the serial had enough banked new episodes to air through October.

Before the pandemic, “we were producing eight, one-hour episodes a week. That's basically 40 or 50 scenes a day,” Corday said. “That's going to be basically impossible to reopen, so to speak, at that pace. We're going to have to be more careful. So will there be five shows a week, or more? Yet to be determined.”

It will certainly cost more, he said. Preventing the disease's spread is labor and time intensive, as “The Bold and the Beautiful” is demonstrating.

Cast and crew are tested weekly for coronavirus, with temperatures taken daily when they arrive at the studio and again on the set. They answer health screening questions and are given a mask and sometimes a face shield, along with a small bin for scripts, water and hair and makeup brushes to be kept from contact with others.

A designated coronavirus coordinator is tasked with overseeing the production, including keeping people safely separated, masks or not. An initial testing glitch, which resulted in a high rate of inconclusive results, forced a production pause and revised procedures.

So far, all cast and crew have tested negative, Bell said.

Reel Health, which launched in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to serve the entertainment industry, hires medically trained workers to monitor sets and enforce protocols developed by a company epidemiologist and in accordance with industry and government standards, said Mario Ramirez, president and CEO.

“You need to be able to make sure that everyone entering the site, first and foremost, is healthy,” and that safeguards can keep a production running, Ramirez said.

Finding ways to put romance on the screen is inevitable and necessary, said Alicia Rodis, a veteran intimacy coordinator who helped the actors guild develop guidelines for taping scenes of romance and simulated sex.

“At the end of the day, intimacy isn’t going anywhere. Physical intimacy is a part of the human experience," Rodis said. “And we’re going to have to find a way to be able to continue to tell these stories, even in extraordinary circumstances.”

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