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'Team America': Capturing the Action (2005)

Video  -  Documentary | Short  -  17 May 2005 (USA)
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A documentary on the filming of Team America: World Police (2004).

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Not just what is said a while before "cut"
19 December 2008 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

This is one of the seven short featurettes about Team America: World Police, found on the DVD of that. Among other subjects, such as the lighting and cinematography, it goes into the hiring of Bill Pope, who probably gets the most screen-time in this, but as he's got tremendous stuff to share about the work done on the film, doesn't waste a moment with things that we don't care about(credit for that is to be shared between him and the editor of this), and just plain seems really cool, that's not bad at all. He details certain problems he had on the production, as director of photography, on account of the miniatures and puppets. In addition to the interview bits, this is made up of behind-the-scenes footage, and several clips from the movie. It's paced quite well, never too slow or overly fast. It's cut reasonably tightly. It comes in at not much less than seven minutes, so it's neither the least nor the most long of the bunch on the disc. It's rather informational. I recommend this to anyone who wants to know more about TA, particularly this specific area. 7/10


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