This is one of the two featurettes on the DVD of Enemy at the Gates, and with a running time of fifteen minutes, the slightly shorter one. It consists of interviews and clips of the movie, and is pretty much standard fare for this sort of thing. That doesn't mean that this doesn't manage to be interesting, because it is. The actors talk about technical advisors, what aided their performances and the working relationship they had with each other. Annaud goes into a variety of subjects, and they both briefly discuss the love-making scene. It's all got a nice, casual pace, without slowing down to a crawl or boring the audience. This remains informative through the entire thing. The editing is good, and this avoids flash and hype, sticking to being an objective documentary which mainly seeks to convey knowledge without bias. Everybody has something to say, and they don't go off on tangents. The anecdotes and what we find out in this are nice, and this should all be worth the time for those who liked at least parts of the film itself. I recommend this to anyone who fits that description. 7/10
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