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How did the elevator kick work?

To simulate gravity explosives were planted at the bottom of the elevator, which, on detonation, force the elevator upwards like a rocket. The sudden deceleration caused by impacting the top of the lift shaft would, in turn, simulate a feeling of falling as the characters are catapulted through the air.

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