Behind the scenes documentary of Frank Darabont's The Green Mile.
Did You Know?
Constantine Nasr, a recent graduate from USC School of Cinema-Television, was hired by Frank Darabont to shoot over 150 hours of on-set footage during the making of The Green Mile
(1999). The footage was 1st cut into Walking the Mile
(2000) at a mere 11 minutes. In 2006 it was re-released on Blu-ray in a 26 minute version. Both cuts of that documentary just didn't suffice and for the film's 2014 Blu-ray re-release, Nasr undertook a massive re-edit and created a whole new documentary at 96 minutes. As a result of the re-edit, the 26 minute version of the 2006 short documentary has some footage that this version does not include. See more
References Saving Private Ryan