The second disc also contains the "Special Making Film," which is just under 18 minutes long. It is one cohesive video not divided into parts or days, and shows the various things Infinite needs to do from preparing for the concert to completing it. It was cool seeing Infinite recording for the intro audio (not shown in the DVD) telling the audience not to record any part of the concert. It was also cool seeing the various places around and inside the venue, including under the bridge where all the fansites were, the tents to buy merchandise, the lines to enter the venue, and inside the venue itself.
The last disc shows a documentary clip of each member's solo stages, with each video being about 9 minutes. Each clip shows the VCR for that member, starting off with their predebut days (like a childhood photo and a clip of their audition video) and a mini interview. The rest includes the member rehearing for his solo stages and backstage during his concert day, with that member expressing his feelings throughout the day. It was cool seeing that member would lead the group's chant right before they begin that day's concert. Probably due to copyright issues, the actual solo performances weren't shown, or had its audio removed. They did show bits of some members' performances with audio, like Sungyeol's stage with Infinite F. It was really cool seeing Myungsoo singing a part of K.Will's "Day One" backstage, Woohyun practicing his hearts for "For 1000 Days," Dongwoo practicing the piano, and Hoya practicing his chair dance despite his injury. I also thought it was cool seeing a glimpse of the intro VCR from backstage, it's like seeing the concert from a different perspective.
And here is the poster design! This is one of my favorite Infinite posters, because it shows the atmosphere of the concert, as well as closeups of the members. The filters make it look more coherent and matches the blue theme, though if it were in color that would've been nicer.
Overall, I am just so excited Woollim released That Summer Concert 2 on DVD, as I actually went to Day 5 and Day 6 of this concert series. Because of this, it was so emotional for me to watch the DVD, especially "Last Romeo" and "Back" and even more so during the fanchant of "Back" as that was the most vivid memory I had of the concerts. Nothing can explain just how special this set is to me, and how upset I was that it arrived damaged internally. Regardless, I am so happy to have TSC2^^