This piece mixes movie clips, shots from the set, and comments from Greengrass, producers Frank Marshall, Paul Sandberg and Patrick Crowley, Berlin location manager Marcus Bensch, ...
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Mainly the featurette highlights the selection of Paul Greengrass as a director, and the visual style he brings to the picture. Greengrass is an interesting choice as he doesn't exactly ... See full summary »
We hear from actors Matt Damon and Franka Potente as they chat a little about their experiences on Identity and set up the sequel. It lacks depth and mostly comes across as a way to promote the next flick.
This piece mixes movie clips, shots from the set, and comments from Greengrass, producers Frank Marshall, Paul Sandberg and Patrick Crowley, Berlin location manager Marcus Bensch, SnowBusiness's Lucian Stevenson, stuntman Adam Kirley, 2nd unit director Adam Grayson, visual effects supervisor Charlie Noble, camera operator Klemens Becker, still photographer Jason Boland, UK location manager Sam Breckman, 2nd ADs Tom Brewster and Michael Stevenson, security guard Terry Rigarlsfoid, digital playback Gavin McKenzie, sound mixer Kirk Francis, Morocco location manager Jafar, Morocco line producer Zakaria Alaoui, Morocco unit manager Omar Chraibi, supervising art director Alan Gilmore, Moroccan guide Simo, and actors Matt Damon, Julia Stiles, Paddy Considine, Joey Ansah, Edgar Ramirez, Scott Atkin and Chucky Venice.
This is one of the five featurettes on the DVD of The Bourne Ultimatum, and thus part of the "explosive bonus content" that the back of the cover promises. It consists almost exclusively of behind the scenes footage, with interviews, often recorded right there between takes, and the occasional clip from the movie. Thus, there is quite a lot of candid material in this, and it really gives a very accurate and "real" impression of how work on a film set is, including when it's uncomfortable due to weather or other circumstances. Technically, there is strong language, but every last bit of it is covered up by "bleeping" it. Based on the R2 version, this is 24 minutes long, and it's never boring. The pacing is spot-on, and it's well-edited. It's nicely informative, and genuinely funny, from the jokes made by the crew along the way. This is different from the typical making-of production, and I think a lot of people will enjoy it. It does go into stuff about shooting in the various locations, and what kind of "feel" you get from that area. I recommend this to any fan of the trilogy. 7/10
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