By Daniel Howat
At age 83 years old, Ridley Scott is at the top of his game, crafting large-scale medieval epics that most Hollywood directors wouldn’t even dream of attempting. Part of the reason why his vision for these movies is so fully realized is because of the crafts team he assembles with each new endeavor. For “The Last Duel,” he re-teamed with cinematographer Dariusz Wolski, costume designer Janty Yates, and composer Harry Gregson-Williams. The three of them were kind enough to take some time and speak with us in a group setting about their work on the film. Take a listen down below and enjoy!
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