The nominees fot the Oscares are already choosen.
“American Hustle” is one of the favourites and here we revele you the inspirations of Judy Becker, set decorator. She says “Everybody thinks of the ‘70s in New York as very dirty and graffiti-ridden, but I knew that our movie wasn’t that ‘70s.”
So the inspirations for this movie was “The King of Comedy” by Martin Scorsese.
The opening scene in the Plaza is a very important one. Becker took five trials to get the custom-made flocked, she says that” It’s very true to the period and very true to what the Plaza actually looked like, but we wanted it to seem not quite as rich and elegant in the opening scene.”
As well as the Sydney, Amy Adam’s characters was “more timeless, elegant, and in-line with contemporary”. The actress was so in love with the set that she ednede up taking a lot of things to her own home, showing how much it was approved .