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Jackie Brown: How It Went Down (2002)

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Quentin Tarantino ... Himself
Lawrence Bender ... Himself
Elmore Leonard ... Himself
Sally Menke ... Herself
Sandy Reynolds-Wasco Sandy Reynolds-Wasco ... Herself (as Sandy Wasco)
David Wasco David Wasco ... Himself (as Dave Wasco)
Pam Grier ... Herself
Robert Forster ... Himself
Bridget Fonda ... Herself
Samuel L. Jackson ... Himself
Michael Bowen ... Himself
Steve Joyner ... Himself
Michael Keaton ... Himself
Caylah Eddleblute Caylah Eddleblute ... Herself
Robert De Niro ... Himself
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USA

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English

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20 August 2002 (USA) See more »

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This documentary is featured on the 2-Disc Collector's Edition DVD for Jackie Brown (1997), released in 2002. See more »

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Too full of self-congratulation and too little inside info.
28 July 2012 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

I like special features on DVDs. Often, they give wonderful insight into the films--with tons of behind the scenes information and tips about the creative process. However, sometimes these featurettes seem less about insights and more like a giant publicity stunt organized by the studio's PR men. This is the case with "Jackie Brown: How it Went Down". Instead of shedding light on the film making process, it consisted much more on people congratulating each other and saying how wonderful it all was. Now "Jackie Brown" was a wonderful film--but constantly stating it like they did in this short seemed like self-serving pablum. I really didn't care that they all liked each other and that they film was swell--I wanted to learn more about the evolution of the film, characters and difficulties encountered when making the film. SOME of this is in the featurette, but not enough--and "Jackie Brown" deserves better from a making of film.


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