Once Upon a Time: Sergio Leone (2001)
Not very insightful, although the James Woods interview is good
An excerpt of this documentary based on Sergio Leone's life is included
on the two-disc "Once Upon a Time in America" Director's Cut DVD.
Unfortunately it seems very amateur, the interviews are poorly edited,
repetitive and contain little insight; and worst of all, the people
interviewed themselves had little to do with the film's production.
Perhaps the most interesting story is the one which one of the film's
co-writers tells about Leone's peculiar requests in regards to
I also enjoyed the James Woods interview segment, in which he explains
how a critic that called "America" the worst film of 1984 later saw the
director's cut version and named it the best movie of the entire
Overall, there are some good bits like these, but a lot of the
documentary could have been cut down/edited and more interesting
anecdotes and interviewees could have been selected.
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