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The Making of 'Left Behind II: Tribulation Force' (2002)

Documentary of the making of the second part of the Left Behind series.
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Bob Carlisle ...
Himself - Host
Russ Lee ...
Himself / Co-host
Bill Corcoran ...
Himself / Director
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Himself (as Clarence Gilyard)
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John Patus ...
Himself / Screenwriter
Jennifer Abee ...
Herself (as Jennifer 'Abee')
Harold Thrasher ...
Himself / Production designer
Mark Ahee ...
Himself / Special effects first assistant
John LaForet ...
Himself / Special effects coordinator (as John Laforet)
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This documentary treats movie fans to a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Left Behind II, the second part of the 'Left Behind' series about the struggle between good and evil following the Rapture. Includes interviews with the cast and crew, who share some of their experiences with working on the movie, and discuss some of the efforts that it required. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Wonderful insight into average (but better than the first) film
12 January 2003 | by (Walnut Creek, Ca.) – See all my reviews

Cloud Ten has done it again offering us a look inside how the filmmakers made `Left Behind II: Tribulation Force', featured on the DVD version. Watch this after you view the film. If you hated or liked `Left Behind II', you will like this. It is packed with interviews from the cast and crew. The 30-minute behind the

scenes look is hosted by Bob Carlisle, who is a well-known Christian music

artist (Some may call him a one-hit wonder because of his only mainstream

song "Butterfly Kisses"). The thing I found fascinating was when they were

building the sets for the Wailing Wall and the Temple Mount that serves as a

climax for the film, even though the downside was that the movie was entirely shot on location in Canada. Watch after the actual movie, you will not be

disappointed.


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