Noah Baumbach’s “Marriage Story” has been a critical hit and scored six Oscar nominations, but one intense fight scene has stuck out in particular. Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson play a couple in the middle of brutal divorce battle, and everything comes to a head in one climactic argument in the end. They throw harsh words at each other, and Driver throws a fist through the wall.

Baumbach revisits the Los Angeles apartment in which the pivotal scene takes place. Here, he breaks down choosing the right furniture for the bland apartment, blocking the scene and keeping the couple’s son present during the fight through the use of a symbolic juice box.

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