Stephen Peck (son of Gregory) wrote, directs and narrates this twenty-seven minute documentary that takes a look at the making of CABOBLANCO, the 1980 Charles Bronson film.
In this documentary we get plenty of behind-the-scenes footage as well as interviews with Bronson, director J.. Lee Thompson and cast members Dominique Sanda, Fernando Rey and Jason Robards. The actual quality of CABOBLANCO has been debated by Bronson fans for decades but this documentary is a lot of fun to watch because of all the on set footage there is, which gives you some great shots of Bronson and Thompson working together. The interviews are especially good even though it appears Bronson wasn't all that talkative and they had to get his stories over a period of takes.
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