A lot of ground is covered in this thourough documentary about the making of the film Heat (1995). The origin and fruition of the story/film is explained, as well as the overall love shared... See full summary »
A cab driver finds himself the hostage of an engaging contract killer as he makes his rounds from hit to hit during one night in Los Angeles. He must find a way to save both himself and one last victim.
A lot of ground is covered in this thourough documentary about the making of the film Heat (1995). The origin and fruition of the story/film is explained, as well as the overall love shared for this project by everyone involved through many interviews with cast and crew members. Written by
This 59 minute documentary on the making of "Heat" can be found on the second disc of the 2-DVD special edition of the aforementioned movie. Separated into 3 parts, the first part goes into the origin of the story in the film (which is simply fascinating), the second part, running 20 minutes, goes mostly into the characters of the film and the intricacies (this part into nearly as interesting as the first, but still watchable). The third and final part, running 24 minutes goes into the researching,preparation, and gun training for the film (better than the second segment, yet still not as good as the first). all in all a pretty solid documentary.
My Grade: B-
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