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Two buildings in downtown Greensboro, NC were refinished to look like New York during filming in that city and was filmed across the street from the spot of the Greensboro Four Sit In.
Parts of the Disappointments Room (2015) was filmed on the same street as Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth (1993).
This is the second film written by Wentworth Miller to have Lucas Till in the cast. Lucas Till played Pitts in Stoker (2013).
This is Relativity Studios' first release since filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection on July 30, 2015 after lawsuits and missing loan payments. In March 2016, Relativity emerged from the bankruptcy. "The Disappointments Room" was finally released on September 9, 2016 under Relativity's Rogue label.
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This film was written by Wentworth Miller, who had a small role in "Underworld," which also starred Kate Beckinsale.
Parts of the movie were filmed in downtown Ramseur, North Carolina. Another movie with scenes from this same street and location was Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice (1992).
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World renowned artist and photographer Jeff Griffin frequently visited the set during filming.
The critical panning, and poor box office receipts resulted in 20th Century Fox canceling the Blu-ray release of the film and instead releasing it on standard DVD.
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Filming had been completed back in 2014 but the film sat unreleased until 2016.
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There is a scene missing on the DVD release and all the iTunes and digital releases that was present during the theatrical release, the scene that is nowhere to be found is the dinner table scene where Dana freaks out. This results in 5 minutes being removed from the final cut.
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A lot of footage was left on the cutting room floor during post-production. This includes a party scene Mr. and Mrs. Black were throwing and underneath was The disappointments room that overlooked the garden (The garden they show all overgrown with the broken statue, now beautiful and pristine in the flashback) where the elegant party was being thrown. Fancy food, drinks, candles lit, an opera singer in the garden, party goers dressed up in their 19th century style ball gowns, men with beards laughing and pipe smoking, and so on. Dana walks through this party in disbelief of what she's seeing and looking for Lucas. This scene was alluding to the parents having this amazing party all the while their disappointment child is upstairs being hidden away from society, which would have added to the unfolding of Dana finding out about the child's story of abuse, sparking her curiosity to go see that woman who knows all about the history of disappointment rooms. Another important scene that was edited out has to do with the German shepherd scene where the cat is killed, and Dana has a vision of her son being attacked by the dog. All of that was leading up to the fact that Mrs. Black was attacked and killed by her husband's dog and her husband did nothing to stop it from happening. The scene in the theatrical cut instead merely features the dead cat completely out of nowhere making it pointless.
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