We shot this one in 15th place.
It was impossible to match the great depth of field in the original footage using the gear we had. In the real
movie, the whole scene is well focused, from the gun all the way to the stuff in the background. We couldn't do
this using our camera so we had to cheat. We took a photo of the set without Trinity in it and printed that out
as a backdrop to be placed right behind her. That way we could keep it all in near focus. Ideally our printer
would have been a bit better, though.
Because of the lack of shoulder joints, we had to dislocate Trinity's arm and attach it to her with some Yellow-Tack
in order to match her stance. You'll also notice that the minifigs have a nasty slot in their ball-joint. We
experimented with filling it over with more Yellow-Tack but it just made it look worse.
In the end we were fairly happy with how it turned out.