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Changeling - The Common Thread: Angelina Becomes Christine (2009)

Video  |   |  Documentary, Short  |  17 February 2009 (USA)
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Das bindende Glied: Angelina Jolie wird Christine Collins  »

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14 May 2010 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

So it was feminine, Jolie explains. She, Eastwood and Hopper(the costume designer) are interviewed in this, the shorter of the two featurettes found on the DVD of Changeling from 2009, with a running time of nearly exactly five minutes. This also contains behind the scenes footage and clips of the film, to give examples of what the three are saying. They talk about, as you can probably deduce from the title, Angelina becoming Christine Collins(the woman upon whose life they based this story) for the movie. This includes examples of typical 20's facts, among other things, the clothes(yup, hence the "thread" pun) that they wore. It largely does not spoil anything about the picture itself, and is in general not really about the plot, other than a couple of mentions of the script and that it is a true story. This is well-edited and keeps to a nice pace, and it doesn't overstay its welcome; it's concise, and once it's exhausted the subject matter, it ends. This has plenty of information, and it is pretty interesting. There is no offensive material in this. I recommend it to anyone who liked the piece itself. 7/10

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