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The Mighty Boosh: Inside the Zooniverse (2005)

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Engaging and fun "making of" documentary
30 March 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Included on the season 1 DVD, this documentary is the making of said series looking at everything from the characters, the writing, the musical numbers, the costumes and the sets. For those that own the DVD the chances are you do so because you really enjoyed the series and, assuming this, then this film will be very engaging and interesting. Run through with a similar sense of humour as the show itself, the documentary is a solid review of the process that gives credit across the board.

It is undeniable that the imaginative and creativity runs from the dialogue through to the costumes and everything in between. The film does a good job of translating this to the viewer and spends time talking to key people within each aspect. The contributions are all very relaxed and almost all of them feature nice little anecdotes or memories from the first season. The process of designing and making the costumes interested me the most as they just seem to be out of nowhere and are so effect considering the resources available (time and money).

Anyway, a fun and interesting little film that fans will love because it only confirms what we already know – that the Boosh is a great piece of creative work across the board and that credit is due to the cast and crew that don't stand at the front as well as, of course, Barratt and Fielding themselves.


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