Two young people meet in an overbooked hostel somewhere in Berlin where they have to share a tiny room together. It turns out that they are not only from the same country but even from the same little town.
Pretty interesting documentary about the making of 'Hostel'. Mostly concentrating on Eli Roth from the casting to the last day of the shooting it gives a nice view of the atmosphere of the shooting. I laughed a lot on 'Hostel' and I also laughed a lot on the documentary, the difference is that it has real funny moments unlike the movie where there are only very sick 'laughing on different ways of death' moments. Thank God, there are no boring 'it was fantastic to work with XY' and 'on the set, we were like a big family' moments. Not as good as the documentaries of the 'ALIEN Quadrology' box set, but definitely worth watching it.
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