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The Making of 'Red Dragon' (2003)

Inside 'Red Dragon' (original title)
A very short making-of for the film Red Dragon (2002). Unfortunately, most of this piece is composed of actual scenes from the film, rather than behind the scenes footage. If you are very ... See full summary »
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A very short making-of for the film Red Dragon (2002). Unfortunately, most of this piece is composed of actual scenes from the film, rather than behind the scenes footage. If you are very curious about the making of the film, this does provide some informative information about it. Written by Rhyl Donnelly

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This making-of is featured on all three DVD releases of Red Dragon (2002), released in April 2003. See more »

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Bringing Red Dragon to the Screen
3 June 2016 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

The Making of 'Red Dragon' (2003)

*** (out of 4)

Edward Norton, Anthony Hopkins, Brett Ratner, Emily Watson and Ralph Fiennes are just a few of the people who are interviewed for this DVD bonus feature. If you're expecting a feature-length "making of" then you're going to be disappointed because this here is just a promotional video that is just trying to sell the picture. It clocks in at just under fifteen minutes and features the cast talking about their characters as well as their thoughts on filming. Again, this is basically just a promotional puff piece where everyone talks highly about one another but if you're a fan of the film then you should at least enjoy the interviews. There's certainly nothing great here but fans should enjoy it.


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