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Sign In. Showing all 66 items. He felt that this would make audiences relax and realize that he wasn't someone who would take advantage of a vulnerable young girl. The scene in which Stansfield talks about his appreciation of Ludwig van Beethoven to Mathilda's father was completely improvised. The scene was filmed several times, with Gary Oldman giving a different improvised story on each take.
During the scene when Stansfield 'interrogates' Mathilda's father, he smells the father, and gets extremely physically close to him. According to Michael Badalucco , he had no idea that Gary Oldman was going to smell him, nor that he was going to get as close as he did. Badalucco says that in the film, his look of discomfort during the scene is completely genuine, as he felt decidedly intimidated by Oldman, and the physical proximity between the two made him very nervous.
This is Natalie Portman 's motion picture debut. She was 11 when she was cast. In a Playboy interview, Gary Oldman said his screaming of the now iconic line 'Bring me everyone! But then I cued the sound guy to slip off his headphones, and I shouted as loud as I could. However, the audience became extremely uncomfortable and began to laugh nervously, completely destroying the tone of the film. Keith A. Courageously he died in the collapse of the World Trade Center towers on Sept.
In a interview, Natalie Portman recalled how she had to train herself to "cry on cue" during filming. Luc Besson solved the problem by having a crew member spray mint oil into her eyes. Portman said this was so painful that from then on she had no trouble crying real tears on command, just to avoid being subjected to the mint oil again.
Natalie Portman beat out other actresses to the role of Mathilda. The second shot a tracking shot traveling down a New York street without stopping could only be accomplished after carefully studying the pattern of the traffic signals so as to ensure the camera truck didn't encounter any red lights. Natalie Portman 's parents were extremely worried about the smoking scenes in the film, and before they allowed Natalie to appear, they worked out a contract with Luc Besson which had strict mandates as regards the depiction of smoking; there could only be five smoking scenes in the film, Portman would never be seen to inhale or exhale smoke, and Mathilda would give up during the course of the film.