Hollywood actress Sandra Bullock is about to appear on the big screen in the upcoming movie Gravity, which has already received a lot of positive feedback and is expected to be a big hit. Sandra first got to watch Gravity at the Venice Film Festival and she has revealed what her first impressions of the movie were.
Bullock told Collider, "The first time I saw it all put together was in Venice [at the Venice Film Festival]. When you’re an actor, seeing yourself for the first time, you spend all your time just watching yourself and hating yourself and picking your performance apart. You say, 'I look horrible. I should quit.' But, there was no time to pick apart one’s performance because you were inundated with the extreme beauty and emotion that Alfonso created, visually."
She added, "Technology is something that’s heady, but it was turned into something so emotional, and such a visceral, physical experience, in this movie. When you see it, you go, 'I don’t know how they did it with sound.' All of a sudden, you find yourself affected in ways that you were not planning on being affected, and we had that same reaction. I think George and I both went, 'Wow!' You can’t really speak, after the film is over. I was lucky enough, in my work career, to finally be able to view a movie I was in as it was supposed to be viewed, as a newcomer."
Sandra Bullock shares the screen in Gravity with Hollywood superstar George Clooney, in film that focusses on the two stars in space. Gravity is directed by Alfonso Cuaron, based on the screenplay that he developed with Jonas Cuaron, and will open on October 4 in the US, before then hitting the big screen in the UK on November 8.