The only actual separate documentary, Anatomy of a Scene, is a bit of a corker. Not overly long, Anatomy of a Scene takes one key scene and analyses the design, editing, cinematography and acting of that scene. This documentary reveals some of those “directorial sleights of hand” I mentioned earlier, that I completely missed the first time around (at least in a conscious way). The amount of detail that went into Bernie's transformation is remarkable and a testimony to the movie as a whole.
Despite the paucity of extras, those that are here are quality items.
I was pleasantly surprised with this movie and I can't really think of a single thing I don't like about it. If there were a few more extras, then the overall mark would be higher, but still, I would get this on release.
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