‘Space Sweepers’ Unveils Passionate Behind-the-Scenes Still Photos of Filming Sets that Gave Birth to Korean SF Blockbuster

Amid the worldwide attention, Netflix film Space Sweepers unveiled behind-the-scenes still photos of the filming sets.

Space Sweepers, set in the year 2092, is about the crew of space junk collector ship The Victory jumping into a dangerous deal after discovering a humanoid robot named Dorothy that’s known to be a weapon of mass destruction.

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Today, the production team released behind-the-scenes still photos that feature a harmonious atmosphere at the filming sites and the actors who are fully immersed in their roles. As you can see from the photos, the film was created with the efforts of those who spent months in the spaceship sets, building up fantastic chemistry.

Song Joong Ki described the set as “the place where sincerity was accepted,” while Yoo Hae Jin shared that every scene was filled with laughters of actors “with similar colors.” The picture that shows staff surprising Richard Armitage with a celebratory cake also gives us a glimpse into the warm atmosphere at the filming sites.

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Since more than 2,000 of the 2,500 cuts were completed by VFX work, Space Sweepers‘ filming site was covered in chroma-key green screens, and it took considerable concentration and effort from all staff and actors.

Director Jo Sung Hee said at an online press conference held on the 2nd, “There were a lot of things to prepare in the production stage and the filming sites required every staff’s imagination. There were some difficulties, but everyone jumped into the work with much expectations.”

Song thanked the staff, saying, “It wasn’t that difficult because the production team prepared everything so thoroughly.” Jin Seon Kyu added, “It was a little awkward at first, but after I got used to it, the green screens started looking like space.”

Meanwhile, Space Sweepers was released in 190 countries around through world through Netflix.

Source: Netflix

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