Was it hard to film in space? Asks a Spanish language reporter on GRAVITY

During a press junket in Mexico today, a reporter with TV Azteca, asked GRAVITY director, Alfonso Cuarón if filming in space was difficult. He asked, “¿Cuáles fueron las dificultades técnicas y humanas de grabar su película en el espacio?” / “What were the technical and human difficulties on filming this movie in space?”

HA! It seems that the director was amused by the question and answered with a detailed description on how they mounted a pair of cameras on a Soyuz, a Russian space station that transports astronauts and how they were in space for three months filming. He went on to say the training was bad and he often got dizzy.

HAHAHA!!! TV Azteca claims this was a joke. 🙂

Off course, the whole thing has sparked a series of incredibly funny tweets on Spanish twitter with the hashtag:#PreguntoComoReporteroDeAzteca (AskingLikeAReporterFromAzteca)

LOL.

HE EVEN HAS HIS OWN ACCOUNT NOW!

OMG. I CANNOT DEAL RIGHT NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Here’s the video:

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