This is a documentary on Goodfellas, found on the second DVD of the 2-Disc Special Edition release. It consists entirely of interviews with directors and clips of the movie, with a couple of still photographs as well. They talk about how it affected them, what they think of it and more. The footage is well-chosen, and cut into it quite well. Not all of what is said is equally interesting(at the worst times of this, it is little other than a love-fest for what is, admittedly, an excellent piece of work), and the way it's very chopped up can come off a little harried. This is 14 minutes long, and well-paced. It certainly isn't too long. There's not a lot else to say, really... cinematography and sound don't enter into it, neither are poor or go above and beyond the usual. The majority of their points do make sense, and on the whole, this is worth watching. It's just not the most informative production you can find. This comes with subtitles. The language is as unrestrained as that of the film itself. There is bloody and strong violence featured in the bits of the title that we see. I recommend this to fans of the people in it. 6/10
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