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“Typically, we make a movie, and then it disappears from the public consciousness,” said White. “Here is something that people could perhaps go and experience for 10, 20 or 30 years, so we really tried to make sure that it was its own encapsulated story but also that the visuals were of a high enough level that it wouldn’t show its age in 10 years.”

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