"Tour de Force" [toor duh fawrs, -fohrs; Fr. toor duh fawrs] originated around 1800 in France. It is defined as a particularly adroit maneuver or technique in handling a difficult situation, a feat of skill or strength, a feat requiring great virtuosity or strength, often deliberately undertaken for its difficulty.
***Definitions reference various sources online including Random House Dictionary, Collins English Dictionary, and The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language.
We played with the words and extended this definition of "Two de Force" to be a feat requiring great skill and strength, a maneuver in handling a difficult situation between two parties or opposing forces.
During the process of creating the movie many events that are in the script actually happened. It was kind of eerie in a way that the story foreshadowed events to come.
And many events are still unraveling...