Man behind The Immaculate Room- Movie

Man behind The Immaculate Room- Movie

The Inception  

“It was a crisp fall morning when I got the immaculate room script, with a cup of Yorkshire tea I  began to dive into it, As I go deeper into the script, I started to construct the room in my head.  Several hours later I ended up with 40 pages of notes and drawings” – Prasanna Paul 

The Immaculate Room tells the story of Mike (Emile Hirsch) and Kate (Kate Bosworth), a  seemingly perfect couple, join a psychological experiment to compete for 5 million dollars if  they can last 50 days in a sleek, white room in complete isolation. No phones, no family — only  the Voice of the Immaculate Room keeping them in check if they think of straying. But as the  clock ticks down, the Room becomes more than it seems, putting them through cruel tests to  break their resolve and resurfacing private demons which they may not survive. 

The Mechanics  

Brining The Immaculate Room to life wasn’t an easy task. The room is a character on its own, it listens, it  communicates, It interact and most of all it pulls your emotions. So we approached it from an organic  point of view. “Understanding the mechanics of the room was vital and there was plenty of discussions  between me and Makunda (Director/Writer) and after many versions we found the perfect balance  which injected life into the Immaculate Room”

The Execution 

Months after the initial script breakdown Paul Bros VFX lead by VFX Supervisor Prasanna Paul was tasked to handle 200 VFX shots. “All the shots were unique and had their own  characteristics and we needed a team which was up to the challenge” – Prasanna Paul. 

With the incredible team of Miguel Basulto (Digital Compositor), Marina Miyazato (Digital  Compositor), Guto Miranda (Digital Compositor), Tessa Sarantopoulos (VFX Coordinator) Ritto Prabu (VFX Producer) The Immaculate Room started to take shape. After months of complex  workflow and creative flow The immaculate room hit the theaters on August 19th 2022 winning  the best feature film in Mammoth Film Festival and in London Independent Film Awards. 

“Its was an incredible journey for me, working on a film like this and creating element from the  inception was exciting! All thanks to the amazing team!” – Prasanna Paul 

After The Immaculate Room Paul Bros VFX currently at works with “The Retirement Plan” Starring Nicolas Cage, “The Baker” starring Ron Perlman and “Maternal” starring Amybeth  McNulty.

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