The world is in lock-down from the past few weeks, with everyone being idle at home. The couple from Hungary came up to recreate the iconic scenes from famous movies using household items during coronavirus lockdown.
Fanni and Norbert planned to pass their boredom at home by playing some of their favorite Hollywood blockbusters characters in impressive low budget productions. No matter, their low budget creative designs may not be as lavish as one engineered in Hollywood rich studios, but they are definitely ingenious using items like toilet rolls and kitchen utensils.
As a fact, nowadays going for shopping isn’t much possible, to go and grab your prop, their efforts are much more than admirable.
“Norbi and I are performing artists and entertainers”. Before lockdown we used to work in many events, but the lockdown interfered with our plans. Even, we wanted to do something exemplary and find some positivity during these hard times. “I’m a huge movie admirer, and Norbi loves to watch 70’s and 80’s movies, so with this creative series we are able to show the love for craft”.
Fanni says in our wardrobe we have plenty of costumes and accessories, because in our university, whenever we had an opportunity we took out and get dress up. “Now we have plenty of time to do things, we couldn’t have done before, so we are making best use of it with adding some creativity,” says Fanni, who runs a local improv theater with her spouse.
For superhero freaks, here’s their un-canny — and frankly intimidated — impersonation of Gwyneth Paltrow and Robert Downey Jr. in “Iron Man.”
When asked about the processing time it take to create a series, Fanni mentioned the length of the each photo varies, but it usually take upto minimum of 3hours to stage two of the scenes. Even they plan to continue creating these in future, to make people smile.
Also, earlier days Norbert used to gig as Red Nose Clown Doctor, and he used to visit sick kids in hospital to cheer them up. However, due to lockdown, he’s able to do it by online “visits”. Therefore, the couple has already stocked up supplies that have helped them to continue working from home, which also has provided support in their fun quarantine project.
Here they recreated with a frankfurter in lieu of threatening ax which was a most famous scene of the 1980 horror classic “The Shining,” starring Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall, after all, no collection would be complete without a shout-out to this scene.
“At the start we watched many movies and then we came up with themes that were easy to engage in for the series and which is relatable to the topic of quarantine in general,”
A their tribute to Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze in the 1990 movie “Ghost.”