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Bubble (2005)

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Commentary 1: Director Steven Soderbergh Rating:7.6/10 (8 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by Carpedudem on April 26th, 2013:Find all reviews by Carpedudem
Mark Romanek provides an in-depth interview of Soderbergh about the origin of the story and the technical aspects of the unique filmmaking process Steven utilized for this project. Although it is somewhat dated since the film was very innovative for its time but ultimately not well received, it still provides a lot of insight into both filmmaker's perspective. The wording of this review reflects the grandiose opinions of said auteurs.
Reviewed by sedna on April 15th, 2014:Find all reviews by sedna
An undiscovered gem of an informative commentary. Film school in a box type. This is why I love Soderbergh's tracks, he always gets a partner to ask him questions. Largely what you get here is an illuminating 70-odd minutes of pure information on how to shoot with a small crew, without any artificial lights, and with non-actors. What kind of environment do you create, what directions do you give the non-actors? Truly informative, one of the few that come around.
Reviewed by reidca on May 29th, 2018:Find all reviews by reidca
Ditto re the commentaries above. This is outstanding one of the better commentaries I’ve heard recently. Soderbergh never lets you down, he’s always forthright, interesting, insightful into the process and yes picks great partners to nudge and prod his responses (not that he needs encouragement). Imperative for film students. 9/10