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Interviews | Jonathan Frakes
Blue movies

Working in front of a blue screen to achieve complex special effects shots

Picture Talking to blue screen, talking to ice crystals, talking to piles of tar, talking to people with rubber on their heads, spikes coming out of their ears, ridges on their nose - it�s all become part of our lives, and it�s very interesting to watch guests come on to the show and have trouble with it.

It was something we did every week, was talk to an �x� on the screen and assume that it would ultimately have a nose. We talked to blue people, I mean, what it�s like? It - these It�s absurd, that�s what it is. It�s never boring. There is that.

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