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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
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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
 
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Mark Daly .... reconstruction director
 

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This featurette is featured on the 28 Days Later... (2002) DVD, released in 2003.See more »
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Tries To Be Two Things At Once And Fails, 19 December 2002
Author: Theo Robertson from Isle Of Bute, Scotland

I problem I have with this documentary is that it can`t decide to be about viruses or about the making of 28 DAYS LATER so it tries to be both and considering it lasts for 20 minutes it fails on both attempts . The making of 28 DAYS LATER segments are very predictable composed mainly of actors telling us how they got in shape for the part and what it`s like firing a gun , but the segments with the scientists talking about the possible dangers to humanity posed by viruses is very disappointing . It`s patently obvious that none of the scientists interviewed have any knowledge of the film otherwise they`d have mentioned the ridiculously short incubation period of rage . And I also got the feeling the interviews were severly edited in order to sensationalise them . Yes a superbug is very dangerous and some of them are resistant to antibiotics but this is because doctors have been overprescribing antibiotics for years something not mentioned here . Similarly the devastation caused by the foot and mouth outbreak in Britain last year is mentioned but it wasn`t mentioned that the mountains of animal carcasses was caused by laws that require a completely healthy herd of cattle to be slaughtered if only one of them was infected . It wasn`t the foot and mouth virus that devastated British agriculture last year ( How could it when most of the slaughtered livestock weren`t infected ? ) but laws drawn up to stop the disease spreading . Not only is foot and mouth harmless to all humans but it`s also non fatal to most farmyard livestock - it just makes them sick and loose a lot of weight . So " A virus similar to foot and mouth disease sweeping through the human race " doesn`t scare me very much

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