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Inside a Beautiful Mind (2002)

"Behind-the-scenes" documentary on the making of and public reaction to the Ron Howard/Brian Grazer film "A Beautiful Mind." Featuring rare interviews with Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connally ... See full summary »

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Lorna Anozie

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Lorna Anozie
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Credited cast:
Jennifer Connelly ... Herself
Russell Crowe ... Himself
Akiva Goldsman ... Himself
Brian Grazer ... Himself
Ron Howard ... Himself
Sylvia Nasar Sylvia Nasar ... Herself
Alicia Nash ... Herself
John Nash ... Himself
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"Behind-the-scenes" documentary on the making of and public reaction to the Ron Howard/Brian Grazer film "A Beautiful Mind." Featuring rare interviews with Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connally and mathematician John Nash. Written by Anonymous

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USA

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English

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3 March 2002 (USA) See more »

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It deserves all the positive that was said

This is the longest featurette on the 2-Disc Award Edition DVD of A Beautiful Mind. It goes over the making of it, consisting of interviews, behind the scenes footage and clips of the film. There is narration here and there, and it is a bit promotional. You can tell that this was aired on TV. Note that this documentary spoils the movie itself, and is really more for after you have watched it. They talk about the great scene at the bar, and in general visualizing Nash's mind. Howard delivers a smart analysis of the picture itself, and this ends with a senator(!) talking about the value of it, and we see Ron and Brian Grazer receive an Awareness prize for their treatment of the subject(and I refuse to give it away to anyone who hasn't seen it... if you are one of them, do yourself a favor, find about two hours that you can spare and do so). This is quite concise, it has a running time of 22 and a half minutes, and it wastes no time. Just about everything said in this is worth hearing. There is a little disturbing content in this. I recommend this to everyone who likes the flick. 7/10


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