's (Y tu mamá también) outer space survival thriller Gravity is getting rave reviews left and right.
The movie is said to have it all: suspense, delicous eye candy aplenty as well as an emotionally extremely gratifying emotional arc for 's marooned astronaut.
The following interview with Cuaron sheds light on the difficult (an understatement) production history of the special effect-heavy (another understatement) potential masterpiece.
There's a nice moment toward the 22-minute mark where the director states that he'll do any movie right now about people just walking.
Let's hope the filmmaker changes his mind - that is if Gravity in fact turns out as great as the critics, bloggers and movie prophets say it is.
Check it out the interview below:
Gravity is released October 4th.