Isn't that one of the most generic things you can say about a movie
that you wish to promote or express a love of? It usually refers to
popcorn, blockbuster flicks, too, which can hardly be said of this one.
This is the documentary on the DVD of Slumdog Millionaire. It consists
of behind the scenes footage, interviews and clips of the film. We get
insights into how working in India is, Boyle's directional style and
energy, and a few cultural differences... like the fact that the slums
there are completely different from those of the West, much more
dynamic(hence the picture's pace, evidently) and full of life. It's
cool enough, if I can't claim that the actors themselves seemed to have
charisma when candid, just like they were when performing. The Danny
and Simon are rather interesting to listen to, though, and this is
reasonably informative. It's well-edited and all in all, satisfactory
for those who want a making-of production on this particular subject.
Other than some disturbing content, there isn't really anything
offensive in this. I recommend this to anyone who likes the feature.
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