@ad1s ciekawostka: gdzieś czytałem, że ta kobieta nie jest aktorką, tylko prawdziwym lekarzem wojskowym. Dzięki temu (w połączeniu z grą Hanksa) scena wypadła bardzo naturalnie i tak samo jest oceniana przez żołnierzy, którzy wiedzą jak taka pomoc wygląda.
@smalczyk1 koledzy się z niej nasmiewali, żartowali, że jest teraz gwiazdą "big shot".
She was a surprise star in the blockbuster "Captain Phillips," acting alongside Tom Hanks in the film's climactic scene. But now, two years later, Petty Officer 2nd Class Danielle Albert is reluctant to discuss her moment in the spotlight.
"I usually avoid talking about it," Albert told a Virginian-Pilot reporter who'd called last week to ask how her life had changed following her 15 minutes of fame. "I didn't like all the negativity I experienced after the film came out."
Albert was lauded by film critics. Her story - a young enlisted sailor unexpectedly becoming a brief movie star - was celebrated in the media. Hanks singled out her performance in interviews. Albert even flirted with the idea of pursuing a career in acting.
Turns out, not everyone was a fan.
"Some of my shipmates gave me a really hard time afterward," Albert said. "They treated me badly and really made our deployment difficult for me."
Her scene, in which she portrays a medic caring for a traumatized Richard Phillips following his rescue from Somali pirates, wasn't part of the original script. Director Paul Greengrass added it the day of the shoot at Norfolk Naval Station and asked Albert, a real-life corpsman, to improvise the scene with the two-time Academy Award-winning actor.
Albert nervously flubbed the original take, but after some coaching from Hanks, she delivered a believable performance.
She wasn't the only sailor aboard the guided missile destroyer Truxtun who appeared in the film, but she certainly got the most attention.
Some of her fellow sailors didn't let her forget it, she said. Albert wouldn't detail the teasing she experienced after the ship deployed a few months after the film's release, but she said it often went beyond good-hearted ribbing.
It didn't help that she continued to receive attention: When the ship pulled into foreign ports, the commanding officer would sometimes invite dignitaries to come down to sick bay to pose for photos with the medic from "Captain Phillips."
"Some people were resentful," she said. "But I never asked for any of this attention."
Albert recalls crying in her rack at night, regretting that she'd appeared in the film. She learned to avoid discussing the movie, but some shipmates continued to give her a hard time, calling her "big shot" or sarcastically saying she was "too important" for her regular duties. Eventually, she went to the chaplain for help.
"He told me not to worry about what other people thought," she said. "He told me to count my blessings, to focus on the people who support me and to move on."
Albert took the advice to heart, she said. She later told her chain of command about the teasing, and they were very supportive, she said: "I realized not everyone resented me."
It took some time, but she no longer regrets her brush with fame. She remains in touch with a few of the actors from the film and cherishes those relationships. But she's still shy about discussing the experience with anyone other than close friends or family.
Albert, who's now stationed at a medical clinic in Yorktown, was nervous a couple of days ago when some of her new co-workers figured out she was "the corpsman from the movie." So far, though, they've been kind.
And if a stranger stops her and asks where he's seen her? Albert always gives the same answer, she said:
Niesamowicie zapadła mi w pamięć ta scena z "Kapitana Phillipsa", mistrzostwo gry aktorskiej.
@ad1s: jakoś mnie ominął ten film (tzn. wiem że był, że jest dobry - po prostu nie miałem okazji obejrzeć).
Ale na przykładzie tej sceny świetnie widać - tzn. słychać - jak Hans Zimmer korzysta ze swoich wcześniejszych produkcji ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
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