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George Lucas was granted access to Francis Ford Coppola's making of "The Rain People", which allowed him to document in this movie the filmmaking process of a long shooting in many different locations; the working relations between director and his cast and crew; the obstacles in the filming process; and the way the creator of a work of art deals with himself and with his creation, always trying to improve its quality - specially a perfectionist like Coppola - under strange and difficult circumstances.
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