I haven't watched many other episodes of this show, but I gather that they take a particular, often important, scene from the movie they're going into, take it apart in the different aspects of film-making and examine them separately, and finally showing the sequence itself. All this in just under twenty minutes. Again, that's at least how this specific one is. It consists of interviews, behind the scenes footage and clips of the flick. You get a good impression of what the whole thing is like, and this may help people determine if it's for them or not. It's well-paced, informative and interesting. Whether the creative process, the feature or the intent of putting Prozac Nation up on the silver screen is what you want to learn more about, this is definitely worth watching. Everyone who speaks has something to say, and there is genuine insight to inspiration and experiences during the making of it, herein. There is language and disturbing content in this, in what you see of the finished product. This should only be shown to mature audiences, and it is not for everyone. I recommend this to anyone who is old enough, and who wishes to give it their time. 7/10
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