“It’s a sequence that is both POV of what he sees but also goes outside of him and you can see him travel through these dimensions. We had a special gimbal unit working on the side for two to three weeks to get the shot ready and we shot that in about two days with Benedict. And actually my additional supervisor Chris Shaw took care of that, preparing all that work for us. Our special effects supervisor created a system to hold Benedict in an arm, and all of that was pre-programmed with motion control and everything so that we could match the previs.” – overall vfx supervisor Stephane Ceretti.