» » Loop Dreams: The Making of a Low-Budget Movie (2001)

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A behind-the-scenes look at the making of the 2000 direct-to-video action movie, 'Blackmale'. While the video was not remarkably successful, this 'making-of' documentary provides an in-depth look at the difficulties (and the joys) of creating a picture on one's own, without big-budget studio backing.

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    • Author: Velan
    Loop Dreams is an excellent example of a movie about the making of a movie that ends up to be better than the movie they filmed about. Black Male was one of those straight to video movies that was made in Connecticut of all places. Besides some quick one liners and a couple of wonderful shots of Sascha Knopf in a bikini and nude, the movie has nothing to offer its viewer. Then again, the making of this low budget film is another story in itself. The way a film is made, from the casting to the production, Loop Dreams in an excellent, behind the scenes look at what really goes on behind the camera.
  • Credited cast:
    George Baluzy George Baluzy - Himself
    Mike Baluzy Mike Baluzy - Himself
    Peter Barossi Peter Barossi - Himself
    Bruno Gunn Bruno Gunn - Himself (as Bruno Gioiello)
    Emily Holcomb Emily Holcomb - Herself
    Sascha Knopf Sascha Knopf - Herself
    Justin Pierce Justin Pierce - Himself
    Roger Rees Roger Rees - Himself
    Bokeem Woodbine Bokeem Woodbine - Himself
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