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Inside: 'Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb' (2000)

Documentary on the making of Kubrick's classic film.

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Himself - Former Producing Partner of Stanley Kubrick
Alexander Walker ...
Himself - Film Critic
Lee Minoff ...
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Carol Southern ...
Herself - Wife of Terry Southern
Nile Southern ...
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Dee Taylor ...
Herself - Wife of Gilbert Taylor
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Himself - Friend of Peter Sellers (as Joe McGrath)
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A behind-the-scenes documentary about the making of one of the classics of modern cinema. Including interviews with many members of the cast and crew of this story about the scramble by the heads of state to head off a rogue general's attempt to launch a nuclear war, this film gives fans a wealth of new information on the work and effort that went into bringing the film to fruition. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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An exceptional 'making of' documentary.
13 March 2011 | by See all my reviews

This is one of four documentaries included on the DVD of extras for "Dr. Strangelove". One focuses on the political context for the film, one on the films of Stanley Kubrick, one on the work of Peter Sellers and the final one (this film) a so-called 'making of' movie exploring the creation and marketing of the full-length film. Of these four films "Inside" seemed to be the best, as it was very comprehensive and couldn't have been much better.

"Inside: 'Dr. Stranglove'" is made up of what such films usually consist of--interviews, footage from the feature, archival interviews and still photographs. While none of this was atypical, it made the film tougher to make in that many of the principals involved in making the film were deceased--some very prematurely (Peter Sellers) and some due to old age and ill health (the director, Stanley Kubrick, Sterling Hayden, George C. Scott and others). Because of this, I really could not give the featurette a score of 10--though otherwise it was excellent and well worth watching--particularly if you adore "Dr. Strangelove"---and it's hard not to! Well worth seeing.


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