Steven Soderbergh shot mostly hand-held with digital camcorders, which was very unusual at that time for a feature using Hollywood stars. Soderbergh was inspired by the Dogma 95 movement. Filming took only 18 days. See more »
Catherine's black notebook and pen suddenly appear on the airplane armrest between shots, after her tape player clicks. See more »
[on the set of Arty's play, "The Sound and the Fuhrer"]
Great. Now I have three hours to find a new Ava Braun.
You know what? Fuck her. And here's why.
Number One - Anyone who's offended by drinking blood, obviously doesn't drink blood.
Number Two - Anyone who drinks as much blood as I do knows it has no effect.
Number Three - There is absolutely no scientific connection between drinking a shot of blood a day and being an extraordinary actor.
And Number Four - it is impossible to prove Number ...
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There are no opening credits for the movie. Instead, opening credits are shown for the "movie within the movie". See more »
I wish FULL FRONTAL was just better made, that's all. As somebody who in works in Digital Video, it just would of been great to see members of the Hollywood A-list (Soderburgh, Julia Roberts, Brad Pitt, etc etc) be in a great, crowd pleasing film that was made with the video equipment I use. Instead, we had a confusing film that caters to an art-house crowd, or at least, tries to. Too many times, the camera is operated in a way to say "Hey look, don't pay attention to the story, pay attention to this sun-glare, or bad zoom.)
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