'Still' cinematographers, editor stressed approximately Michael J. Fox drop

Written - Narendra Dudhwa

One of the striking minutes early in Still: A Michael J. Fox Motion picture, presently gushing on Apple TV+, captures Fox falter and drop as a result of Parkinson's illness.

Cinematographer Julia Liu called observing Fox drop "unpleasant," indeed in spite of the fact that the film team was briefed that he falls as often as possible.

Liu said the group was prompted not to hinder the shot to help Fox.

"He's exceptionally great at tucking into it, rolling and doing it in a way that will not harmed him," Liu told UPI in a Zoom meet.

"But it was really awkward and I'd be standing right next to him and I'd watch him stumble along."

The falling scene within the motion picture is characteristic of how Fox puts spectators at ease, Liu said.

Fox falls after a person on foot says hi to him, and he reacts with a joke.

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