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Is this the best "Making Of" ever made?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79nhuWA9lNE

>Vivian Kubrick's painfully obvious crush on Jack
>that unfiltered Kubrick
>that Shelly Duvall "hunk of hair"
>that maze

Comfy as fuck.
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Hearts of Darkness is probably the best, but it's a lot less comfy.

>Animal sacrifices
>Brandon being fat as fuck and constantly ruining the schedule
>Hopper being completely off his head on drugs and a general nuisance to be around
>Using military choppers that are in active use and often disappear in the middle of shooting
>Sheen literally having a heart attack during the shoot
>Francis having to deal with all of this, knowing his own money is tied up in the project, and saying he might shoot himself in the head.
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>>64916743
I completely forgot about Heart of Darkness.

Any other good ones?
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>>64916544
The 2001 making of is also good, a bunch of suits basically admit they hope it's a propaganda movie for NASA and business interests related to NASA. Stanley Ruse'd all of them with his post preview edit of the movie.
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>You will never cum inside a hysterical Shelly Duvall
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The Alien movie behind the scenes are some of the best. I'll link them, but I think they're a bit out of order.

>Alien part 1
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1q4blu_alien-behind-the-scenes-part-1-of-2-1979-entertainment-movies-aliens_shortfilms

>Alien part 2
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1q4d7z_alien-behind-the-scenes-part-2-of-2-1979-entertainment-movies-aliens_shortfilms


>Aliens
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWLKwrmYd6A


The one for Alien 3 is fascinating as fuck, but I can't find the unabridged complete behind the scenes anywhere (I want to say it runs about 2 hours). I HIGHLY suggest these! Hope you enjoy!
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>>64917984
Thanks.
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>>64916743
They didn't actually kill any animals making it
It's a lie
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>>64916544
>you think you're smart, don't you?
>well, i do admit, i do think i am
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>>64917984

Thank you for based Jim content.
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>>64918739
even better when he talks about how much he earns
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>>64916544
Jack is so fucking charismatic.
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>>64918534
No one gives a fuck. A masterpiece is worth the incidental killing of a few animals whose species are far from being threatened in a remote jungle.
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>>64916544
Shelly is so cute and intelligent
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>>64916544
Apparently Kubrick dictated how the film was edited so that he would come across 'better'.
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>>64919361
Wouldnt you do that?
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>>64919241
Even a precious dog or cat?
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>>64919241
Good thing they didn't then? Because that part was proven to be complete bullshit. You still have to abide by the fucking law while making a movie. It wasn't real
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>>64917984
awesome gonna check those out
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>>64918888
He's kinda creepy in a way, the way he talks, very slow and smooth, pretty sinister sounding
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>>64919652
That's probably to do with the film he's shooting I'd imagine.
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Shelly Duvall thinks she should get attention and praise while being boring and stuck up, gets upset when Jack Nicholson gets attention but he acts friendly and charms everybody
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>>64920298
but apparently Kubrick was trying to isolate her and make her feel alone and paranoid on the set, and even told other crew members to treat her coldly or badly or ignore her to intensify that feeling, with the goal of it helping her performance.
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>>64919529
The Water Buffalo (Ox? Cow? I don't know) was sacrificed by the locals and Coppola happened to get it on film.

The animal wasn't "killed to make the movie", it was something that happened to go down that Coppola filmed and thought would work well in the movie.
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>>64920393
Pretty mean and cuntish thing to do. Sure, it got a still underrated great performance out of that, but must have hell being Shelley Duvall during that shooting.
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>>64920393
And then she went on to make Popeye.
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>>64920393
Source?
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>>64920674
I think it was either said or hinted at in the documentary linked above, if not, i must have read it somewhere a couple of years ago around when I saw that doc, sorry thats all I can recall.
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>>64920595

Maybe she should've stopped being so shit for every take
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>>64916544
My all time favorite is Under Pressure: The Making of the Abyss. It's better than the movie itself.
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>>64920298
I think she was just being honest. Most actors are attention seekers. Attention is a life blood to them. It wouldn't be easy on a long shoot opposite the biggest actor in the world and watching as large groups of people are escorted in each day to meet Jack.
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>>64920770
Forgot the link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGwhMHNmPpA
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>>64920595
Kubrick might of cast her specifically recognizing that she had the frail kind of personality that he might be able to break down easily, which is what he wanted for that role. Just a possibility.
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>>64920783
It's still mind boggling to me that The Shining took over a year to finish principle photography. We'll probably never go back to directors having that much control over a studio funded film.
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>>64920674
There's an instance of it in the OP link where Stanley tells one of the assistants not to sympathise with Shelly.

He's half joking though I think.
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>>64920839
Ed Harris had a nervous breakdown. The shooting of that film was pretty brutal.
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Shelley Duvall is fuckin annoying and shit. No wonder she had a career that reflected this. Poor Kubrick having to deal with her utter mediocrity and then has the gall to question the lines, while jack Nicholson says "I want to be out of control, I don't want to be in crontol of what's happening because then it would be obviously me" fuck shelly duvall
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>>64921233
wew lad
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>>64916544


Jack Nicholson has the same personality as his character in the movie.
its like he doesnt even need to act.
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>>64921280
Yeah, I agree, ya know, except for the clear footage of him getting into character in the documentary where he has to properly jump around and really let loose and psyche himself into the maniacal frame of mind, yeah totally agree m8
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>>64921280
This was who knows how many months into a very long shoot. It was pretty easy for him to fall into character by that point.
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>>64921280
>>64921355
>>64921339

makes sense. I was expecting him to break at any time and kill vivian
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the whole cast of this movie is insane


-how did you feel when doing that one scene with that kid
- it was beutiful he is like my son
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>>64921462

that part was really crazy
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>>64921280
He's clearly somewhat 'in character' while not shooting.

The Shining was his life for over a year I think.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4O6WVurC0j0

The famous Channel 4 commercial, definitely worth a watch if you haven't seen it.
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>>64920900
True. I recall Coppola also spent forever on shooting Apocalypse Now (95:1 shooting ratio!)
Few directors have the power to do that, and the ones probably wouldn't work that way. Perhaps because the cost of crews and talent has skyrocketed, so unless they are working with a minimal team, it's going to be prohibitively expensive to do long shoots.

George Miller took 10 or so years to bring Fury Road to the screen, mostly due to delays, etc., and even though principal photography was only 4 months, he spent a lot of time prior refining the ideas, building the cars, etc. I guess spending a huge amount of time in pre-production is today's equivalent.
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>>64921532
cool
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>>64921280
I was expecting him to snap and bite someone all the time
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>>64921280
He is a character actor doing his job by making it appear that he doesnt need to act.
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>>64921532
thats awesome
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>>64921532
This is absolutely fantastic. Not being famous to me, what a great thing to discover. Thanks, mate.
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>>64921561
Yeah, a shoot like that would be absolutely unheard of for a horror movie these days. I'd venture to guess that even "classier" ones like The Conjuring were shot in six weeks or so.
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>>64917866
I know that feel
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>Kubrick not giving a single fuck about Shelley Duvall
>Nicholson is literally going crazy on set
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shelly duvall was such a qt
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>>64921667
cheers
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>>64921532
That's cool as fuck. I vaguely remember it airing.
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>>64921233
>>64920298
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CrkgtnpKPaA
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>>64921803
those lips and her death stare is what does it for me. seriously
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>>64917866
Never say never!
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>>64919529
They did, retard. The slaughtered the shit out of that thing.
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>>64919529
they killed an ox in the movie.
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>those feels from Scatman Crothers

;_;
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>>64916544
The whole shoot looks so cosy. It all feels very lived in - like everyone had completely given up their daily lives for the movie.

Favourite bit is when Vivian casually films Jack and Shelly rehearsing lines with Stanley typing beside them.
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>you'll never comfort Shelley after that scene where she interrupts Jack working and he tells her to get the fuck out
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>>64922264
That's because it was over a year long shoot which is crazy to think about. To put that into perspective, the principle photography for the entire LotR trilogy took a year.
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>>64920298
>Jack Nicholson gets attention but he acts friendly and charms everybody
Was he the funnest actor ever to make a film with?
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>>64922264
>Favourite bit is when Vivian casually films Jack and Shelly rehearsing lines with Stanley typing beside them.

What time is that
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>>64922388
He seems cool as fuck. Guaranteed he was out with the crew pounding pints and shots quite a bit.
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>>64921233
Loved that he didn't take her whiny shit. Even Nicholson looked like he wouldn't want to fuck with Kubrick.
Based as fuck Kubrick.
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>>64922341
Most modern movies are heavily scheduled to minimize costs (or optimize budget.) Was Kubrick just slow and lazy about his movies, is that why it took a year? There must have been a ton of downtime intermittently during that year
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>>64922562
You can't rush perfection.
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>>64922400
7:25 to 8:40
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>>64922814
true, but sometimes overworking a perfect idea can just make it overwrought, luckily Kubrick used his pull to make a masterpiece not overindulgent trash
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>>64922562
I think Kubrick was just an insanely methodical perfectionist. Based on what they were showing in the documentary, he was re-writing the scripts the morning of the shoot.
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>>64923262
It looks like he's deciding on the day though how to shoot some scenes. Like the pantry.
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>>64917984
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>ywn work on a Kubrick film
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>>64916544
The documentary that's included on the 2-disc set of Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Man's Chest is actually really good. Presumably it's included on the blu-Ray version too.
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>>64923007
He didn't pull non of that Lucas bullshit.
The true signs of a master filmmaker is the ability to take their time with a project and then leave it alone after its done.

There are those who may say that the extended cuts, directors cut, etc., show the true vision of the director, but seriously if you are making gold the studio will take the hit.
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>>64916544
I think Making of The Phantom Menace is truly the best one ever and McCallum is probably very angry he allowed it.
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>>64924049
I remember watching that. It was really good.
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>>64924172
well some director's cuts are just cash grabs (Apocalypse Now, the multiple Blade Runners, etc.). some directors cuts might be legit because directors with less power/rep may have had to cut down the print they originally wanted to release, and now get the opportunity to do so when the DVD/BR comes out. Cant think of a good example of the latter atm, Aliens perhaps? (Cameron wasn't yet recognized as top dawg back then.)

Actually maybe they are all just cash grabs in a way. If a dir cut movie was radically different and better then the studio might not want to release it for fear of looking bad.
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>>64924430
I always recommend it in these threads. It's really comprehensive and it's interesting because it was one of the last major studio films that actually went out to real remote locations rather than simply using a giant soundstage and green screen for everything.
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>>64924432
>Cant think of a good example of the latter
Kingdom of Heaven
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=coPi6fvskF4
Star Wars OT Documentary
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GOD-TIER COMING THOUGH

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpo6jHy4n_Q

especially arnold's mind games
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>>64919361
I think he was very aware of his own mystique.

>>64924577
Yeah I remember them moving all of those massive trucks on the narrow roads.
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>>64916743
this
That footage of Hopper fucked out of his mind going on a rant to Coppola
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>>64924925
yeah, thats a good example, a radically different cut that the studio were afraid to release originally because it might be way too long
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>>64916544
What an odd way to brush one's teeth
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>>64916544
Any Uwe Boll commentary is amazing
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>>64924172
what a non-post, fuck off to reddit
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>>64925174
There's also the infamous Paul Schrader version of Exorcist: The Beginning. Warner Bros. dropped him and brought in Renny Harlin to reshoot the entire thing.
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>>64925440
wtf did Schrader do in his version to deserve that?
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>>64923477
He never storyboarded, so that makes sense.

>>64924172
Actually speaking of Kubrick and The Shining
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-OpaV8wpq-0
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>>64925533
I think the studio thought it was too boring and psychological. Harlin's version adds a lot more violence and gore.
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>>64925215
That's how I brush my teeth now.
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The 2 hour Jaws documentary that comes with all copies of the movie is great.
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>>64925886
But all the toothpaste is just going to run off the brush into the sink
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>>64924432
>>64925174
It might not be better, depending on who you ask, but the director's cut of donnie darko was because the director thought the audience had failed to 'get' the film
It was actually given away free with a lot of newspapers so yeah...
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>>64925939
This. Also, check out "The Shark is Still Working" that came on the blu-Ray release from a couple years ago.
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>>64926038
>The Shark is Still Working
I still need to see it.
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>>64926083
It's a great fan-made documentary. Lots of previously rare behind the scenes pictures and footage plus interviews with several of the actors that played small roles.
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>>64925943
Well I'll brush my teeth for a minute and then I do the water on the toothbrush thing a few times. It's quite refreshing.

I saw the Shining doc a few years ago and thought it was a weird way so I had to try it.
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>>64918534
They killed the water buffalo at the end. The natives were going to do it anyway and Coppola just asked to film it.
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>tfw we'll never have another jack nicholson in our lifetime
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>>64926187
Based Guido
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>>64926222
It's going to be really sad when he dies.
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>>64926562
Hell be fine
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>>64926680
What's he talking about?
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>>64926834
Only God Forgives
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>>64926680
Only God Forgives?
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It's clearly Burden Of Dreams

please post "Thank You Based Herzog" in this thread
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>>64926680
>It didn't really "click"
oh it shows Refn.
should've toned down the Lynch
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>>64926907
It is not a significant documentary.
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>>64926869
>>64926874
that makes sense because i definitely got the impression while watching this movie that something wasn't translating well between Refn's vision and the crap that was on the screen
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>>64926939
>It is not a significant documentary.

What did he mean by this?
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Scatman was so based.
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>>64926957
Aye, it's a shame because I genuinely think it could be re-edited into a masterpiece
But it wouldn't be the film Refn wanted to make
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>>64926680
I recommend the full documentary on netflix if any one cares. His wife might complain a lot about not having a career of her own, but it's still filled with a lot of insight into what Refn was trying to do with this movie and where he succeed/failed in parts.

It's not even an hour long and gives a bit of context to what he just said there. When he gets trashed in the reviews, as it shows him reading a few, it's pretty obvious that he cared about this pic.
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>>64927286
>it's pretty obvious that he cared about this pic.
At first I thought you were referring to the picture of Gosling, but I realized "pic" refers to the movie.
Both are true though
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>>64927286
>His wife might complain a lot about not having a career of her own
why do people like this exist? why can't she be satisfied with being the wife of a successful film-maker?
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>>64927444
Being unsatisfied is putting it mildly. She titled her doc "My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn."

Even Based Jodo told her to stand by her husband using his tarot cards.
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>>64927444
Seriously? Like you actually can't imagine someone being frustrated that their only accomplishment is knowing someone successful?

>>>/r9k/
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>>64927713
I think this >>64927691 seems like a bit much.
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>>64916544
>shelly duval in that red

hnnnng really makes those thick red lips pop even more
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http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/the_madness_of_max/
I've heard this is good but no torrents out
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