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The ‘Oppenheimer’ creative team take you behind the scenes of the film’s key moments

AP Film Writer

Impossible is often just a starting point on a Christopher Nolan film and “Oppenheimer,” about the father of the atomic bomb, was no exception. Producer Emma Thomas tells The Associated Press: “There’s nothing film crews can’t do.” That’s part of the reason why top craftspeople, like production designer Ruth De Jong, cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema and visual effects supervisor Andrew Jackson, want to be part of their films, for the challenge, for the precision and to help bring Nolan’s vision to life. All spoke to the AP about the various challenges, and triumphs, of making the film. After earning more than $950 million in theaters, “Oppenheimer” is available for home viewing this week.

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