If you can believe it, it has been 20-years since Napoleon Dynamite hit the big screen and turned the nation upside down in laughter. Of course, this didn't happen without also putting Idaho on the map--in the most peculiar way.

While most people confused Idaho (and still do) with Iowa, Ohio, or a place that doesn't exist--this massive comedy made people think that Idaho was some sort of barren flatland where llamas and tractors roamed free.

One of our favorite looks at Napoleon Dynamite is actually not even part of the movie at all--it's the amazing insight into directing the film! 

Behind The Scenes of Napoleon Dynamite

If you have ever watched the "Director's Cut" of your favorite show or movie, you know how insightful seeing "the process" is, behind the scenes. Now, a behind the scenes look at Napoleon Dynamite has surfaced and the internet is in love! Check out some highlights and the video itself, below!

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Imagine the genius that went into this movie & it's great seeing the effort put into getting Kip and Napoleon's relationship just right. 

The creatives behind this film were iconic and it's fair to say that no other movie made in the last 20 years have been anything like it.

Just weeks ago, a totally sold out crowd at the Egyptian Theatre in downtown Boise got to watch the movie with the stars of the film: Napoleon, Uncle Rico, and Pedro! It was a really amazing opportunity.

Now, the cast of characters knows that Idaho certainly still loves them--so they're returning!

The watch party hosted by THE stars from 'Napoleon Dynamite' will be taking place a few hours from Boise, in Idaho Falls on November 18th at 8:00 p.m.

Snag your tickets before they're all sold out-- they start at $45 and go up to $100 for VIP, HERE.

See behind the scenes of the movie as we showed above, in this 40-minute inside look!

Check out the Beloved Characters of Idaho's Napoleon Dynamite

Idaho's favorite movie characters

Gallery Credit: Kevin Miller

9 Sweet Napoleon Dynamite Facts Before the 15th Anniversary Premier in Boise

"Tina, eat the food! EAT THE FOOD!" -Napoleon

While Tina, Napoleon's ravenous and rebellious llama eats her food, treat yourself to a sweet gallery of fun facts about Idaho's favorite movie!

Gallery Credit: Ryan Antoinette Valenzuela

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