How was the "Bell" filmed?

Ksenia Vilinskaya
Ksenia Vilinskaya
May 8, 2015
How was the "Bell" filmed?

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How was the "Bell" filmed?

The Ring, originally The Ring, is an American remake of the famous Japanese Bell. The film was released in 2002 and instantly won the favor of the audience. The plot is based on Koji Suzuko's 1991 novel.

Contenders for the role of the heroine of the movie Rachel were Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Connelly, but in the end this role went to Naomi Watts.

“Wake” is a very atmospheric movie, and the reason for this is the use in it of various techniques that constantly agitate the excitement and put the audience in a state of tension. So, in the picture there are shots that affect the subconscious: they appear before the moment with the dying horse. Also, the director embodied in the "Bell" some techniques from the films of the horror master Alfred Hitchcock.

The movie was released on DVD, which sold in America with a huge circulation of 2 million - and this is only for the first day of sales. The blood-curdling video series, which was added to this disc with a bonus, is impressive.The viewer can see the same footage that flashed before the main characters in the film, and it is impossible to stop the video sequence or even pause: menu control functions appear only after the end of the movie. And after that two phone calls are heard - it really scares.

Interestingly, the red Japanese maple that was present in the film is in fact artificial. During the filming, he constantly fell under the influence of the wind. But the lighthouse on the island is real. It is located in Oregon, in Newport, and was built in 1873.