This is one of the four featurettes on the DVD of Untraceable, and, with a running time of fourteen minutes, the shorter of the two(by no less than sixty seconds) that have their own individual pages here on the site. It consists of interviews, behind the scenes footage and clips of the film. This is, as you may have guessed from its title, about the set design and general production of the movie. They go into the location scouting, how it was to determine what would be in the FBI offices, and figuring out exactly where it should be set, Maryland or Portland. Most of this is the crew talking about their own work, and it is all quite interesting and they explain everything rather well. This is concise and well-paced, and not boring at any point. It even mentions that they had to carefully light all of the monitors(!), something that is obvious to anyone who has tried to record one, and yet not necessarily what you'd immediately think of, by yourself. In general, everything on the disc, not only the picture itself, is all worth your time. I recommend this to any and all fans of the subject. 7/10
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