Highly entertaining documentary about the making of HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER features interviews with director John McNaughton as well as actors Michael Rooker, Tracy Arnold, Tom Toweles as well as several other cast and crew members. Clocking in at just over fifty-minutes this is a pretty well-detailed documentary that covers everything from the pre-production to the production and then the battle to try and get the film into a theater. The somewhat notorious battle with the MPAA is also discussed in great detail. There's no question that the film itself is one of the greatest ever made and this documentary does it justice because you get a great idea of what it was like filming it and having to deal with the aftermath. The cast interviews are great and we get some wonderfully entertaining stories including one from Rooker about his audition. The infamous videotape sequence is also discussed in detail. Fans of the film will certainly enjoy this.
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