The definitive three-and-a-half hour documentary about the troubled creation and enduring legacy of the science fiction classic "Blade Runner," culled from 80 interviews and hours of never-before-seen outtakes and lost footage.
Charles de Lauzirika
A docu-drama about filming From Dusk Till Dawn (1996). Sarah Kelly takes a non-union film crew onto the set and on location near Barstow of this independent, non-union production. Camaraderie and a constant eye on the shooting schedule dominate interactions. Quentin Tarantino and George Clooney mug for Kelly's camera; Robert Rodriguez, Juliette Lewis and Fred Williamson talk about craft; we watch scenes being shot; and Kelly asks crew members why they do what they do. Also, the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees protests the non-union status of 'From Dusk Till Dawn', executive producer Lawrence Bender tells his side, and Kelly talks to a Variety reporter and others. What's the nature of an indie film? Written by
This a very boring documentary. It does not give insight on From dusk till down. It was supposed be a documentary on the film From dusk till down which a great horror film instead it is nothing say bull crap and goofing around. There is no point to this movie. It is not a good movie at all. Do not wast time. Do not wast money. 6.5 is just overrating this movie. Just see From dusk till down do not bother will this movie. It a very bad movie. I need more lines and I am running out of things to say. This movie is stinky pooh pooh. Bad movie bad movie bad movie. Do not see it. Do not see it. Do not see it. It will bore you out of your mind do not see it.
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