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Secrets from the Hatch (2006)



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Credited cast:
Himself - Executive Producer / Co-Creator
Sayid Jarrah (archive footage)
Himself - Executive Producer / Director
Himself - Executive Producer
Himself - Executive Producer
Desmond Hume (archive footage)
Jack Shephard
Hugo 'Hurley' Reyes (archive footage)
Javier Grillo-Marxuach ...
Himself - Supervising Producer
James 'Sawyer' Ford (archive footage)
Kate Austen (archive footage)
Himself - Executive Producer / Co-Creator
John Locke (archive footage)
James H. Spencer ...
Himself - Production Designer (as Jim Spencer)


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1 September 2006 (USA)  »

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Lost: Secrets from the Hatch  »


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$10,000 (estimated)
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Down the hatch
27 February 2009 | by See all my reviews

I would not suggest that anyone who hasn't seen Lost through at least the entire second season read the following, or, obviously, view the featurette... which makes sense, seeing as how it is located on the last disc of that DVD set. Everyone else gone? Honest? Good. This takes you on something of a tour of the (in?)famous, newly revealed area of the year. It's well-edited, entertaining and informative. The pacing is fine, at 15 minutes it spends an appropriate amount of time on the subject. There are interviews, behind-the-scenes footage and clips from the show. They go into detail about how certain things there work, and what concepts they thought up, and what changes the design went through. However, if you are one of us fans of the series who really hope that they, as promised, have answers for everything(yeah...) that has happened, and do not want to hear the writers and the *creator* of the TV production admit that no, at first they didn't really know what something was gonna turn out to be, you may want to be careful with watching this, or at least turn very conveniently and selectively deaf for a brief period during it. I recommend this to anyone interested in J.J.'s television efforts. 7/10

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