Another substance that was an early quandary for CGI engineers was human skin. This 1992 film was the first to realistically duplicate human skin, as it was needed to show heads getting twisted around. After making this film, Meryl Streep noted in several interviews that she would never work on a film with so many special effects again (apparently she changed her mind with Into the Woods). This film won the Oscar for Visual Effects, for creating, among other things, a realistic shotgun hole through Goldie Hawn's body. Name this film, one of the few chick flicks to ever win an Oscar for Best Visual Effects.
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