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When Laura Grew Up: Constructing the Orphanage (2008)

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Title: When Laura Grew Up: Constructing the Orphanage (Video 2008)

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Credited cast:
J.A. Bayona ... Himself
Montserrat Carulla ... Herself
Fernando Cayo ... Himself
Geraldine Chaplin ... Herself
Guillermo del Toro ... Himself
Sergio G. Sánchez ... Himself
Roger Príncep ... Himself
Mabel Rivera ... Herself
Belén Rueda ... Herself
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Documentary on the making of the horror film El orfanato (2007).

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This is not a 105 minute feature film, but a DVD extra
16 June 2009 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

Oddly, this 17 minute DVD extra is listed on IMDb as being 105 minutes long--making it a feature-length film, which it is not. Instead, it's a "making of" documentary that is included on the DVD with the exceptional film, THE ORPHANAGE.

For the most part, it's a nice little addition--giving insights into the original film (the film makers seeing it as PETER PAN from the standpoint of the parents missing their kids) and the special effects used to make the film. Excellent and well worth seeing provided you first see the feature. The only negative, and it's a problem with all films of this type, is that too often the film and its comments are too self-congratulatory--which makes sense as this is basically an extended advertisement.


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