The BAFTA Film Awards, which are currently underway at the Royal Opera House in London, has given Gravity six out of its eleven nominated awards already, mysteriously one of which is for Outstanding British Film. Winners receive a peeled-off graft of Shakespeare's skin dipped in bronze, and are then play-knighted with it by Prince William, the actual president of BAFTA.
During a recent press conference to promote his sci-fi thriller-drama Gravity, director Alfonso Cuarón was finally asked the one question reporters have bizarrely neglected to put forward: What was it like filming a movie in space?
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