Coppola was introduced to the story upon which the film is based by the religious scholar Wendy Doniger, a childhood friend of his. (imdb.com)
The modestly-budgeted film was financed by the director's successful vineyard in California. (imdb.com)
Co-editor Walter Murch started working immediately after completing his previous movie, Jarhead (2005). He had to spend 6 weeks watching all the 170 hours of footage shot and watching the first assembly put up by Corina Stavila. (imdb.com)
Francis Ford Coppola's first (credited) directorial effort in ten years. (imdb.com)
Over 170 hours of footage were shot. (imdb.com)
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