Unlocking Sherlock (2014)

Summary: A documentary that dives into the decisions behind the writing of television series Sherlock. The major characters in the show are also covered in succession, e.g., Sherlock, Watson, Lestrade, Mycroft, Moriarty, and Irene Adler.

The documentary throws around a couple of spoilers, so the best way to avoid them would be to watch the first two series of the show.

Writers and producers Steven Moffat (left) and Mark Gatiss (right)

With that being said, if you're a fan and you've seen the first two series of the show, then I would recommend this documentary.

Netflix determined the movie for me as a <56%* match.

*Normally I indicate where a movie with less than 56% match falls on My List, however, this movie wasn't on My List and it's upcoming expiration meant that adding it to My List would not reveal where it stands.

Instant Comments:
Huh. I like how they did that one part that shows how closely that scene adhered to the book (Sherlock learns about Watson just from observation)
The documentary covers other Sherlock media as well.
I wonder if I caught that when watching the first time: "I AM 'SHER' LOCKED." (Series 2 Episode 1)
I didn't watch this last episode yet. But the ending is revealed here, though it's not explained how. (Series 2 Episode 3).

Actors Martin Freeman (John Watson) and Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock Holmes)

Watched 20180602 (Netflix, Instant) (Streaming until 20180602)
Unlocking Sherlock (2014) Susannah Ward. 56 min

Relevant Links:
Unlocking Sherlock (IMDb.com)

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