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The Making of Highlander, part II: The Visual Style (2007)
"The Making of 'Highlander' II - Der visuelle Stil" (original title)

Video  -  Documentary | Short  -  19 January 2007 (Germany)
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A must see for any fan
2 February 2014 | by (Co, Derry, Northern Ireland) – See all my reviews

They talk about the actual making of Highlander and how the transitions were done. Russell Mulcahy directed music videos and that his style worked for this sort of movie.

They talk about the sky cam in the opening (it was only invented that year of filming), the filming of the battle scene in Scotland. The stunt men had too much to drink and were so drunk that they fought for real! It was left in the film.

Allan talks about building Conner's castle and later the farm. Designing Conner's flat Filming the alley way scene and the final battle on top of the studio.

They then mention how proud they are of this movie and are happy to talk about it when it is brought up.


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