This documentary, made for the DVD release of the movie, provides movie fans with a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film that, with 'Star Wars', ushered in a new era in Science Fiction. Includes interviews with director Steven Spielberg, star Richard Dreyfuss and other members of the cast and crew, who tell their stories of what it was like to be involved in the film, as well as the enormous effort that went into making Spielberg's vision a reality. Written by
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This feature-length documentary was originally included on the 1998 "Collectors Edition" laserdisc of Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977). It was later included on the 2001 "Collectors Edition" DVD and again on the 2007 "30th Anniversary" DVD and blu-ray releases of the film. See more »
"This documentary is dedicated to the memory of FRANÇOIS TRUFFAUT (1932-1984)" See more »
This is a very indepth look at the making of the movie. Its a little too long but that is fine. It makes up the fact that there is no commentary for the dvd but this will do. This is a must see for anybody who loves to know what it takes to make a movie.
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