Today feels like a Ferris Bueller kinda day. It’s Friday. It’s warm. The sun is shining. We’re slightly less quarantined than in months past and schools are kinda sorta maybe back in session, albeit remotely for a lot of folks.
In other words, a Ferris Bueller day isn’t something quantifiable, but more of a state of mind.
Longtime fans of Metaflix know that we have two patron saints of both the website and YouTube channel: Roger Ebert and John Hughes. So anytime a piece of content catches our eye with either of their fingerprints on it, we jump at the chance to spill a little ink in their honor.
Like this behind the scenes footage from ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.’ Most of the time clips like these were made for a VHS or DVD special features segment and someone had the graciousness to upload them to YouTube for the rest of the world to enjoy. Not sure of the origin of these Ferris Bueller clips in particular, but it’s always awesome getting to see new footage about a film so beloved it can practically be recited from memory.