Eye For Film >> Movies >> Three Extremes (2004) DVD Review
Reviewed by: Leanne McGrathRead Leanne McGrath's film review of Three Extremes
Ok, with three movies you can't really complain if they only give you a few trailers - the one for Three Extremes and other films by the directors featured - and a 60-minute documentary. But I will as the Making Of is pretty piss poor.
There is some behind the scenes stuff but since most of this isn't subtitled, you won't have a clue what cast or crew are saying.
Then there are the usual interview-by-numbers chats with the cast and crew with thoroughly unexciting "what's your character's motivation" and "what was it like working with so-and-so director" drivel. Yawn.
The feature on Cut is the most interesting, with Park Chan-Wook chatting freely about his movie and giving the most in-depth look at the making of the short.Reviewed on: 10 Sep 2006