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Description: From a man on the roads of the Congo to becoming an NBA champion, Serge Ibaka has risen to a lvl even he can hardly believe. Watch as he brings the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy back to Africa for the first time, and re-visits all the territories he used to go as a young boy in this emotional journey.
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This consists of interviews with the cast and crew, all of whom have something compelling to add within their zone of expertise(and there is a very clear love of what they're working on), clips from the movie, behind-the-scenes footage.It's 9 and a half mins long. This is found on my library's copy of Split.They talk about if there is a plausible method to trust in the unknown. When M Night Shyamalan made Unbreakable, he was focused on masculine stuff; then he had kids, and made films that were focused on kids' stuff; and actually that his children are adults, he went back and made a sequel to his earlier movie. The cast talk about the secrecy surrounding the script and being asked to sign on without reading it. They go into feature about their individual characters, describe the fun they had between takes, which helped them deal with all the bleak material. James McAvoy felt they were sensitive to the fact that he was the lone male in the group. The director talks about hiring the cinematographer of It Follows, and the production designer of Real Detective. Without a $200 million budget, it focuses on storytelling instead.I suggest this to any fanatic of the property. 8/10
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