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Posted by Peter Bowen | March 17, 2011
In his interview with Jane Eyre's director Cary Fukunaga, the Huffington Post’s Marshall Fine asked about the specific issues of filming a classic today. Cary mentions one of the least expected obstacles: "In Derbyshire, there was a big coal-burning electric plant that we had to erase digitally from some shots - along with cell towers and airplanes all over the place....Even the parts of Yorkshire and the moors that were more expansive had things we had to erase in post-production. Those were our special effects."