Exaclty HOW LONG is this DVD? How much have you watched, and how much more have you got to go? damn, lucky person...*starts to mope but printer spits her assignment at her* OW!
How long? Um, let's see...
Disc 1 and 2: Four different audio commentaries, each of them laid over the film.
The film itself, with added bits. This is split between two discs. It's that long.
Disc 3: Six documentaries about the making of the film from start to finish.
A map of Middle Earth with movie clips to illustrate the Quest.
2000 pieces of artwork from pre-production.
Storyboards and previsualisation sequences with film comparisons.
Disc 4: 11 documentaries about life behind the scenes, and about post-production stuff.
Galleries of behind the scenes photos.
So, all in all, it would probably take over a day to watch the lot, and that would be without any breaks at all. That's my entertainment for the next few weeks, then...
*melts into a puddle of jealous drool* Wow...how much did this thing COST? And where can I get it...
It cost me about £30. It might be cheaper on Amazon, I just couldn't be bothered to wait.
|Date:||November 24th, 2002 - 08:02 am|| |
Mmm. I have yet to watch those DVDs. Must... Watch....
Butttt, on a wonderful note, I'm going to see the Two Towers exhibit today. *droollllls* This is that exhibit with all the movie props and stuff. I can't wait to go! One hour!
Where is this? Where?
|Date:||November 24th, 2002 - 02:41 pm|| |
Toronto, Canada. I've got pictures (illegal ones, mind you) and lovely brochures I shall painstakingly scan in. But I might need prodding to do that. I forget. Pictures will be posted at my LJ later, I can promise that. :)
Awwwww, Canada? No fair! What about us Brits?
It's not a touring exhibition, by any chance?
|Date:||November 24th, 2002 - 04:33 pm|| |
*sypathetic pat* No. Its exclusive to TO. :(