Oscar-winning movie director Steven Spielberg, who is renowned for his fantasy filled story telling style, with the amalgamation of technological upsurge, believes, there will be no technical barrier for his upcoming fantasy-adventure movie named the BFG.
The movie is constructed upon a famous 1982 childrens story
book, written by by Roald Dahl, which narrates the enchanting bond
of friendship between a huge friendly Giant and a young orphan
named Sophie; and the adventures they encounter including the human
eating giants, and dream catching fairies.
The director himself is pretty much excited regarding the film
and said that : "The BFG' maybe is the most critical digital effect
I have yet put into a film. I wanted the interaction between BFG
and Sophie to be so fluid that I could send my camera anywhere
without any kind of technical limitations."
"I wanted the film to appear so visually freewheeling that after
a while, we would forget there were any effects used to create that
relationship. It was getting the technology to bend to the
emotional needs of the characters."
The celebrated director also believes that this movie is going to highlight his already glorious career further, as he regarded the movie as "one of the highlights of my career so far."