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Duelling Directors: Ridley Scott & Kevin Reynolds (2002)

Video  |   |  Documentary, Short  |  3 December 2002 (USA)
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Directors Ridley Scott and Kevin Reynolds talk about the film Duellists, The (1977). Reynolds interviews Scott while watching the movie, and they examine some of the key visual shots that ... See full summary »

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Directors Ridley Scott and Kevin Reynolds talk about the film Duellists, The (1977). Reynolds interviews Scott while watching the movie, and they examine some of the key visual shots that Scott created and that eventually got him recognized as one of the best visual directors of our time. Written by Rhyl Donnelly

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Interesting documentary and annoying interviewer
29 March 2004 | by (Austria) – See all my reviews

Ridley Scott is interviewed by an rather unknown Hollywood director (if you look at his filmography you will see that you haven't missed anything). Interesting behind-the-scene clips, interviews and other footage from the premiere are included. The only drawback is that the interviewer always seems to be quite too ready to kiss Ridley's and his own ass. Frankly I think he was quite annoying. Indeed I guess it would have been just right to let Ridley Scott narrate the documentary just on his own. All in all an interesting documentation from a very well done DVD edition. The only thing I missed was some more information about the cast of "The Duellists". If only more movies would get the treatment they deserve!






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