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4 November 2002 (UK) See more »
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Documentary about the making of Danny Boyle's end-of-the-world style horror movie, 28 Days Later. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Lisa I'Anson ... Narrator (voice)
Andy Coghlan ... Himself, reporter, New Scientist Magazine
Brian Duerden ... Himself, professor, Public Health & Leisure Support

Naomie Harris ... Herself

Danny Boyle ... Himself
Andrew Macdonald ... Himself
John Stanford ... Himself, professor, University College London

Cillian Murphy ... Himself

Brendan Gleeson ... Himself

Christopher Eccleston ... Himself
Megan Burns ... Herself
Henry Camilleri ... Himself, military advisor
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Marvin Campbell ... Himself (uncredited)

Junior Laniyan ... Himself (uncredited)

Ray Panthaki ... Himself (uncredited)

Directed by
Toby James 
 
Produced by
Kieran Breen .... executive producer
Kate Bulow .... executive producer
Albert Sharpe .... producer
 
Film Editing by
Matt Barker 
Glyn Robonson  (as Glyn Robinson)
 
Sound Department
Freddie Claire .... location sound (as Freddy Claire)
Penny Hull .... dubbing mixer
Chris Ritchie .... dubbing mixer
Gabriel Scott .... location sound (as Gabrielle Scott)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Mark Austin .... camera operator
Nick Barnett .... camera operator
Iain Ovenden .... camera operator (as Ian Ovenden)
Will Potter .... camera operator
 
Other crew
Mark Daly .... reconstruction director
 

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20 min
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This featurette is featured on the 28 Days Later... (2002) DVD, released in 2003.See more »
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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Interesting analysis., 15 April 2008
Author: Michael DeZubiria (wppispam2013@gmail.com) from Luoyang, China

The full first half of this supplemental documentary concentrates on what almost comes off as a conspiracy theory about the likelihood of a biological weapon being launched somewhere in the world, causing an epidemic of disease that wipes out a frightening number of the people on earth, similar to what happens in the movie. It's up for debate about how justified that concern is, because people have been talking about how we're on the verge of nuclear war for decades, and now it appears that, despite all of the terrorism in the world, the likelihood of sovereign nations knowingly destroying each other gets less every year.

Or maybe I'm just not tuned in to the level of hatred that is taking place in the world today. More interesting is the second half, which talks a lot about the production of the movie, how they did the make-up for the infected victims and how they emptied the streets of London for those opening shots, as well as plenty of commentary about what the people involved thought about the subject matter.

For me, the only drawback seems to be that the discussions of past pandemics and the possibility of future pandemics are conducted with such inevitable conviction that it makes them come off as just a little bit hysterical. Yeah, the danger is there, but the danger of something is always there. In modern times, it just seems to me that mankind is more likely to reach a higher level of peace if we all stop trying to predict pandemics and wars and terrorist attacks and start trying to live in peace with our neighbors. I don't see a lot of that effort going on these days…

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