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The Night Club of Your Dreams: The Making of 'Moulin Rouge' (2001)

Documentary about the making of Baz Luhrmann's musical, Moulin Rouge.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Himself - Director
Herself / Satine
Craig Pearce ...
Himself - Writer
Himself / Christian
Himself / Toulouse-Lautec
Himself / Harold Zidler
Himself / The Duke
Herself - Production & Costume Design
Brigitte Broch ...
Herself - Set Decorator
Himself - Costume Designer
Caroline O'Connor ...
Herself / Nini Legs-in-the-Air
John O'Connell ...
Himself - Choreographer
Marius De Vries ...
Himself - Musical Director
Fatboy Slim ...
Himself - Songwriter
Himself - Musician


This made-for-tv documentary treats romance fans to a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Moulin Rouge!, Baz Luhrmann's musical tale of love between a poet and a courtesan in fin-de-siecle Paris. Includes interviews with director Luhrmann, stars Ewan McGregor and Nicole Kidman and the rest of the the cast and crew of the film, who all share their experiences from working on the project, as well as discuss the special efforts that went into bringing it to completion. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Not what I call "Making Of"
19 August 2002 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

OK, lets admit, it got some interesting things in it, but most of it are out-takes in combination with the actors explaining who they play, and how great al the others involved are. That's not what I call "Making Of". A "Making Of" should have decent background on how the story came together, how they solved difficult technical problems, how they did the special effects...

As a TV-show for before the movie is in Theaters it may be OK, but as a "Making Of" feature on a DVD (as what I watched it) it stinks, because most of the things explained you already know when you've seen the movie. I don't need a featurette on a DVD with Nicole explaining she plays Satine, that's DULL.


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