... or better yet, filming moments like this one ...
... by literally just zip-lining the set mid-air.
For extra realism, they had "Charlie Don't Surf" blasting in the background.
Because when you have enough Disney money to seek out and teabag Odin himself, there's no reason to save all the fun for some overseas effects house. That said, Edwards' devotion to indie-style shooting got so out of hand during Rogue One's production that one scene was actually shot in London's hastily re-dressed Canary Wharf station instead of a traditional set. And in retrospect, it's painfully obvious which scene that is.
Wait, so the dude puking and passing out wasn't being remotely choked by Vader?