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The Making of Gosford Park (2002)

A documentary giving film fans a behind-the-scenes look at the making this Robert Altman film about a murder at an English country estate. Includes interviews with the cast and crew, who ... See full summary »

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Danny Miller

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Danny Miller
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Robert Altman ... Himself - Director
Julian Fellowes ... Himself - Writer
Emily Watson ... Herself
Alan Bates ... Himself
Richard E. Grant ... Himself
Stephen Fry ... Himself
Bob Balaban ... Himself - Producer
Ryan Phillippe ... Himself
Michael Gambon ... Himself
Helen Mirren ... Herself
Kristin Scott Thomas ... Herself
Kelly Macdonald ... Herself
Clive Owen ... Himself
Jeremy Northam ... Himself
David Levy David Levy ... Himself - Producer
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A documentary giving film fans a behind-the-scenes look at the making this Robert Altman film about a murder at an English country estate. Includes interviews with the cast and crew, who relate some of their experiences with making the film, as well as giving their views on all the work that went into it. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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USA

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English

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2002 (UK) See more »

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England, UK

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18 September 2003 | by petershelleyauSee all my reviews

I saw the 19.52 version of this documentary, which is on the Australian DVD version of Gosford Park. As well as the actors describing their characters, we also see Robert Altman directing on the set, though nothing is held for too long. Altman's legendary overlapping dialogue is mentioned, allowing the actors to improvise and ad-lib, with Altman confessing that he feels the greatest moments in his films are both un-scripted and un-directed.


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