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14 Nov 2009, 02:28 
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Make Way for Tomorrow is echt geweldig nieuws. Behalve een matige uitgave in Frankrijk nergens verkrijgbaar en nu ineens een Criterion.

Lola Montes op blu-ray is ook niet mis natuurlijk.


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14 Nov 2009, 11:18 
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Ander - voorlopig nog niet officieel maar wel bevestigd - nieuws is dat Criterion dan toch echt een uitgave van Hausu (!) gaat uitbrengen in de loop van 2010.

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14 Nov 2009, 15:46 
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is dat die 70's japanse ghost film?

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14 Nov 2009, 16:06 
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Ja - onlangs gezien en is helemaal te gek.

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15 Nov 2009, 15:09 
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Is nog niet officieel bevestigd idd. maar die gaat er wel komen. Ze verkopen inmiddels ook t-shirts ervan op hun site: http://www.criterion.com/shop_products/69


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16 Nov 2009, 17:19 
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Waarschijnlijk al bekend maar de Criterion Blu-Ray van The Third Man is nu al flink OOP aan het raken....


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15 Dec 2009, 01:59 
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Van de Criterion Current post...
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As for other Kurosawa plans, we had hoped to celebrate the actual centenary, in March, with a Blu-ray edition of Seven Samurai, but weeks of additional restoration have turned into months - yes, it looks really amazing - and the release won't be until later in 2010. Instead, on March 23, we'll be releasing Kurosawa's Yojimbo and Sanjuro. They look great, too.


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02 Jan 2010, 15:45 
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The Leopard, the Red Shoes, Che, Kurosawa op Blu Ray?


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02 Jan 2010, 15:48 
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Melzz wrote:
The Leopard, the Red Shoes, Che, Kurosawa op Blu Ray?

Che was idd. ook al bekend. komt deze maand op blu-ray uit. Ben nog steeds benieuwd naar de betekenis van die blauwe hond :D


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02 Jan 2010, 15:50 
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TheGodfather wrote:
Melzz wrote:
The Leopard, the Red Shoes, Che, Kurosawa op Blu Ray?

Che was idd. ook al bekend. komt deze maand op blu-ray uit. Ben nog steeds benieuwd naar de betekenis van die blauwe hond :D
Volgens het critirionforum: Dog star man van Brakhage


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02 Jan 2010, 15:52 
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Bazarov wrote:
TheGodfather wrote:
Melzz wrote:
The Leopard, the Red Shoes, Che, Kurosawa op Blu Ray?

Che was idd. ook al bekend. komt deze maand op blu-ray uit. Ben nog steeds benieuwd naar de betekenis van die blauwe hond :D
Volgens het critirionforum: Dog star man van Brakhage

Klinkt wel logisch :P
Volgens een paar antwoorden op de Criterion site ook nog The Red Desert, Ride With the devil


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03 Jan 2010, 21:36 
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Dvdbeaver kwijlt over Rosselini's War Trilogy:

http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film2/DVDRevie ... rilogy.htm


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04 Jan 2010, 14:55 
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man achterop motor: Jonze's Adaptation.?

En de 'M' op die man's arm: Lang's M?


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04 Jan 2010, 15:24 
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Stanley_Spadowski wrote:
man achterop motor: Jonze's Adaptation.?



Hoop het, dat zou ik fantastisch vinden.


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04 Jan 2010, 18:44 
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Rossellini's War Trilogy begin ik ook een beetje bij te kwijlen, toch wel een must. Tot nu toe alleen maar belabberde uitgaves van.


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05 Jan 2010, 00:31 
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Stanley_Spadowski wrote:
man achterop motor: Jonze's Adaptation.?


Dat zou wel geniaal zijn


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08 Jan 2010, 01:01 
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Van het Criterion forum:

Paris, Texas [Blu-ray]

War Trilogy

Che [DVD]

Che [Blu-ray]

Che: dvd vs. blu-ray @ dvdbeaver

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13 Jan 2010, 23:27 
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16 Jan 2010, 01:22 
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April titels:

Vivre sa vie

Synopsis

Vivre sa vie was a turning point for Jean-Luc Godard and remains one of his most dynamic films, combining brilliant visual design with a tragic character study. The lovely Anna Karina, Godard's greatest muse, plays Nana, a young Parisian who aspires to be an actress but instead ends up a prostitute; her downward spiral is depicted in a series of discrete tableaux of daydreams and dances. Featuring some of Karina and Godard's most iconic moments - from her movie theater vigil with The Passion of Joan of Arc to her seductive pool-hall strut - Vivre sa vie is a landmark of the French New Wave that still surprises at every turn.

Disc Features

* New, restored high-definition digital transfer (with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition)
* Audio commentary featuring film scholar Adrian Martin
* Video interview with film scholar Jean Narboni, conducted by historian Noël Simsolo
* Television interview from 1962 with actress Anna Karina
* Excerpts from a 1961 French television exposé on prostitution
* Illustrated essay on La prostitution, the book that served as inspiration for the film
* Stills gallery
* Director Jean-Luc Godard's original theatrical trailer
* New and improved English subtitle translation
* PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic Michael Atkinson, interviews with Godard, a reprint by critic Jean Collet on the film's soundtrack, and Godard's original scenario

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Ride with the Devil

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With this new director's cut, Ang Lee reconstructs his original vision for his Civil War epic, Ride with the Devil, an intimate, harrowing look at a country torn in half, told from a daringly unorthodox perspective. Set in 1862, during the Kansas-Missouri border war, the film stars Tobey Maguire as Jake and Skeet Ulrich as his friend Jack Bull; they join the Confederate-sympathizing Bushwhackers after Jack's father is killed by marauding members of the abolitionist Jayhawkers. But Ride with the Devil is also the story of their unusual ally Holt (an astonishing Jeffrey Wright), who's fighting for the South despite being a former slave. A rumination on identity and loyalty, both political and personal, Ride with the Devil is a provocative challenge to preconceptions about America's bloodiest conflict.

Disc Features

DIRECTOR-APPROVED SPECIAL EDITION:

* New director's cut of Ride with the Devil, featuring thirteen minutes of added footage
* New, restored high-definition digital transfer, approved by director Ang Lee and director of photography Frederick Elmes (with DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition)
* Two audio commentaries, one featuring Lee and producer-screenwriter James Schamus and one featuring Elmes, sound designer Drew Kunin, and production designer Mark Friedberg
* New video interview with star Jeffrey Wright
* PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic Godfrey Cheshire

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The Fugitive Kind

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Four Academy Award-winning actors - Marlon Brando, Anna Magnani, Joanne Woodward, and Maureen Stapleton - sink their teeth into this enthralling drama, which brings together the legendary talents of director Sidney Lumet and writer Tennessee Williams. A smoldering, snakeskin-jacketed Brando is Val Xavier, a guitar-strumming drifter trying to go straight. He finds work and solace in a southern small-town variety store run by Lady Torrance (Magnani), who's lonely, sexually frustrated, and abused by her vile, deathly ill husband, and who proves as much a temptation for Val as local wild child Carol (Woodward). Lumet captures the intense, fearless performances and Williams's hot-blooded storytelling and social critique with his customary restraint, resulting in a drama of uncommon sophistication and craft.

Disc Features

DIRECTOR-APPROVED SPECIAL EDITION DOUBLE-DVD SET

* New, restored high-definition digital transfer, approved by director Sidney Lumet
* New video interview with Lumet
* New documentary featuring Tennessee Williams scholar Robert Bray and film historian R. Barton Palmer discussing Williams's work in Hollywood and The Fugitive Kind
* Three Plays by Tennessee Williams, an hour-long television presentation of three one-act plays by Williams, directed by Lumet in 1958
* PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by film critic David Thomson

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Summer Hours

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Widely hailed by critics as 2009's best film, Summer Hours is the great contemporary French filmmaker Olivier Assayas's most personal film to date. Three siblings, played by Juliette Binoche, Charles Berling, and Jérémie Renier, must decide what to do with the country estate and objects they've inherited from their mother. From this simple story, Assayas creates a nuanced, exquisitely made drama about the material of globalized modern living. Naturalistic and unsentimental yet suffused with genuine warmth, this is that rare film that pays respect to family by treating it with honesty.

Disc Features

DIRECTOR-APPROVED SPECIAL EDITION:

* New, restored high-definition digital transfer, approved by director Olivier Assayas and cinematographer Eric Gautier (with DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition)
* New video interview with Assayas
* A short documentary featuring interviews with Assayas and actors Charles Berling and Juliette Binoche, and showing the cast and crew on set
* Inventory, an hour-long documentary by Olivier Gonard, shot partly in Paris's Musée d'Orsay, that examines the film's approach to art
* Theatrical trailer
* New and improved English subtitle translation
* PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic Kent Jones

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16 Jan 2010, 22:58 
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Kort vraagje: weet iemand wat voor hoes de Criterion blu-rays hebben? Karton? Gewoon standaard plastic blu-ray hoesje? Of plastic hoesje in slipcase?


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16 Jan 2010, 23:00 
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Stanley_Spadowski wrote:
Kort vraagje: weet iemand wat voor hoes de Criterion blu-rays hebben? Karton? Gewoon standaard plastic blu-ray hoesje? Of plastic hoesje in slipcase?


Ah ik zie het al, niet de blauwe maar een eigen transparante plastic hoes zo te zien.

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16 Jan 2010, 23:48 
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Mijn Third Man zit in karton.


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16 Jan 2010, 23:51 
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De eerste uitgaves zaten in een soort kartonnen digipack - denk wel dat ze ondertussen heruitgegeven zijn in plastic - The Third Man zal nooit zover geraakt zijn alvorens OOP te gaan. Die plastic doosjes hebben trouwens de dikte van zo'n Brits Blu-Ray-doosje in plaats van de gewoonlijke dunne Amerikaanse doosjes.

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16 Jan 2010, 23:51 
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buzzmeekz wrote:
Mijn Third Man zit in karton.
De Blu Ray? De mijne is gewoon van hetzelfde plastic als het plaatje hierboven.


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17 Jan 2010, 01:15 
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Ja, mijn blu-ray is een digipack. Zoals tolpol aangeeft zal die op het laatst dus ook in plastic zijn uitgegeven.


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