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'Team America': Pulling the Strings (2005)

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

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Handy
18 December 2008 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

This is another still of the featurettes on the DVD of Team America: World Police, informing you on a subject of the creative process behind it. This one specifically deals with the control of the puppets, the amount of effort going into even one moving or emoting, various of the limitations as well as the scope of the whole thing. It consists of interviews, behind-the-scenes footage and clips of the movie itself. The speakers have interesting things to say, and Matt and Trey can be fun enough to listen to. There is a little language, and it's quite strong. This comes in at 10 minutes, making this the longest of the documentary extras found on the disc(no, I'm serious), and it shows. A reasonable amount of time is spent in this, and it doesn't feel like it's in as much of a hurry to get done as some of the others. Thus, it has fairly fortunate pacing. It's edited well, and very good to watch if you want to know more. I recommend this to any fan of the film itself, and/or anyone who are curious as to how the heck they achieved the stuff. 7/10


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