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Inside 'Harsh Realm' (2004)

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Cast overview:
Chris Carter ... Himself - Creator / Writer / Executive Producer
Daniel Sackheim ... Himself - Director / Executive Producer
Frank Spotnitz ... Himself - Writer / Executive Producer
Scott Bairstow ... Himself - 'Lt. Thomas Hobbes'
D.B. Sweeney ... Himself - 'Mike Pinnochio'
Terry O'Quinn ... Himself - 'General Omar Santiago'
Samantha Mathis ... Herself / Sophie Green
Sarah-Jane Redmond ... Herself - 'Inga Fossa'
Max Martini ... Himself
Rachel Hayward ... Herself - 'Florence'
Mark S. Freeborn Mark S. Freeborn ... Himself - Production Designer (as Mark Freeborn)
Mark Snow ... Himself - Composer
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 August 2004 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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This documentary is featured on the DVD for the Complete Series of Harsh Realm (1999), released in 2004. See more »

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I enjoy being surprised at the quality of this program...
15 May 2005 | by avatarofshadowSee all my reviews

Okay, let me start off by saying I'd never heard of Harsh Realm. 1999 was a busy year for me, and when I heard the words "From the creator of the X-Files..." I didn't get to the end of any of the ads before I turned the channel. I never liked the X-Files, and for no particularly good reason. I might never have heard of Harsh Realm, but I work at Wal-Mart, and they got some DVD series in for fifteen bucks, and I thought "Hmmmm." I picked up Dark Angel first, another series I'd never heard of, then, the next week, I gave Harsh Realm a try. I enjoyed all 9 episodes very much, and I enjoyed the special feature's look behind the scenes. It was well put-together, and they didn't spend the whole time yelling about how they were never given a chance and all that, as some people like to do in their commentaries. I only wish the show had had a definitive ending, and, of course, that I had watched episode nine before episode eight, as I was instructed to do. I'm not going to say anything to spoil it, just that if you pick up the DVDs for yourself, you should watch nine, then eight, it gives it more of an "ending" feel, if only slightly....


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