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A documentary giving film fans a behind-the-scenes look at the making this Robert Altman film about a murder at an English country estate... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Robert Altman ... Himself

Bob Balaban ... Himself

Alan Bates ... Himself

Julian Fellowes ... Himself

Michael Gambon ... Himself

Richard E. Grant ... Himself

Kelly Macdonald ... Herself

Helen Mirren ... Herself

Jeremy Northam ... Himself

Clive Owen ... Himself

Ryan Phillippe ... Himself

Kristin Scott Thomas ... Herself

Emily Watson ... Herself

Beau Weaver ... Narrator

Directed by
Danny Miller 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Danny Miller 

Produced by
Kevin Gill .... executive producer
Danny Miller .... producer
Joe Russo .... co-producer
Film Editing by
Danny Miller 
Camera and Electrical Department
Mark Tillie .... still photographer
Editorial Department
Andrew Bernard .... assistant editor
Other crew
M. David Melvin .... title designer
Robert Altman .... special thanks
Joshua Astrachan .... special thanks
Adrienne Bowles .... special thanks
Jennifer Chu .... special thanks
Michelle Ciardi .... special thanks
Ralph Fiennes .... special thanks
Steve Flynn .... special thanks
Marcia Gay Harden .... special thanks
Jeff James .... special thanks
Scott Miller .... special thanks
Frank Pierson .... special thanks

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12 min

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That Cold Day in Gosford Park, 26 July 2009
Author: wes-connors from Los Angeles

A standard "Making of" documentary, interesting in because "Gosford Park" is directed by Robert Altman and features so many strong performers. Some of the players are interviewed; and, as you might expect, they have a firm grasp of their characters. There couldn't have been much need for the actors to stop and ask Mr. Altman, "What's my motivation?" You can see why Altman was an actor's favorite director. His willingness to collaborate, overlapping dialogue, and "mistakes" are discussed. It was nice to see Bob Balaban share my view of Altman as a motion picture Rembrandt.

The documentary ends on a false note, as Altman seems to accept his "Academy Award" as "Best Director" for "Gosford Park" - but, Altman's "Golden Globe" acceptance speech is merely edited in. Certainly, during the production of this documentary, there was reason to anticipate multiple "Park" wins. Writer Julian Fellowes was the lone winner, of a "Best Screenplay" award for his exemplary work. Altman did win an Oscar, before he died, in 2006, "For a career that has repeatedly reinvented the art form and inspired filmmakers and audiences alike." That was nicely put.

*** The Making of Gosford Park (6/25/02) Danny Miller ~ Robert Altman, Julian Fellowes, Bob Balaban

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