Steven Spielberg, Richard Dreyfuss, David Brown, Michael Chapman, John Williams, John Milius, Peter Benchley, Richard Zanuck and Lorraine Gary are just a few of the people who are interviewed about the making of JAWS.
There have been several documentaries covering the making of JAWS and all of them go through the various same stories but that doesn't really matter if you're a fan of the film because the stories are just so entertaining. This documentary was made for the BBC and it features the same great stories and they're quite entertaining. Obviously some of the best stories deal with how much trouble the production was. Whether it's the shark not working or the boat sinking, the stories are great fun and it's a joy hearing Spielberg talk about the issues he faced throughout the production. There are some great stories told about the film becoming a hit and the all around way it changed how movies were made and released.
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