I don't have it on my Blu-Ray disc but I find it difficult to watch these samples. It's sad, it's awkward, it feels like we're entering in a world we never entered before: the one where the actors grew up. It... doesn't feel right, in a way. I don't know why, but it's awkward.
Is this from that documentary that's was only put on the Bluray's being sold at Target? I got that one, I haven't watched it yet, though.I love the bts of when the actors grow up. I wish the documentary was longer, I wish we had more (except more interviews during the epilogue reshoot, not the original.
Difficult to watch?! WTF? This documentary feels more RIGHT than any we've ever seen. Instead of just artificial publicity interviews with the same answers every time they're really opening up. No glitz and glam, no actors having the pressure to say the right things, this is Harry Potter filming as it is.
Maybe i rxpressed myself wrong. For me it feels wrong because it shows the place where they grew up, like their private space. Anyways maybe it would feel better if i could see it entirely in good quality. I dont undetstand everything they say so what they say may sound bizarre because i understand it wrong.
The entire documtary will be available in every dvd right ? Or just in the bluray ???????????? You are scaring me o_o ( I am from Paris and the dvd are coming out on wednesday and I NEED to watch this properly :p )
Nop, not in every DVD. In fact, it's only on the Blu Ray special edition 4 disc available at Target in the US. Stupid thing. I can't even watch it properly.
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