Planning naphta HD/UHD 2021

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bocina wrote: 19 Jul 21, 13:26
Bens1912 wrote: 19 Jul 21, 12:26 Vendredi 13 - Les 8 films en Steelbook le 20 octobre
A voir si y'aura la uncut pour certains mais ca peut etre sympa si le coffret est vraiment complet.
A mon avis il faudra s'attendre aux mêmes disques-contenus que l'édition US de Paramount à savoir les chapitres 5/6 et 7/8 sur la même galette.
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Rockatansky wrote:Bizarre cette politique changeante de M6
Peut-être un changement de personnel à ce département, et avec un changement de vision des choses ?
Si ça permet plus de sorties physiques, perso, je prends.
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tenia wrote: 23 Jul 21, 10:19
Rockatansky wrote:Bizarre cette politique changeante de M6
Peut-être un changement de personnel à ce département, et avec un changement de vision des choses ?
Si ça permet plus de sorties physiques, perso, je prends.
En même temps, ce n'est pas un virage à 180° et ces sorties restent encore exceptionnelles (avec Noël en ligne de mire comme par hasard). Ne nous emballons pas :mrgreen:
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Bien sur mais ils ont quand même annoncés qu'ils renonçaient à l'édition physique
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Nestor Almendros wrote: 23 Jul 21, 10:22
tenia wrote: 23 Jul 21, 10:19 Peut-être un changement de personnel à ce département, et avec un changement de vision des choses ?
Si ça permet plus de sorties physiques, perso, je prends.
En même temps, ce n'est pas un virage à 180° et ces sorties restent encore exceptionnelles (avec Noël en ligne de mire comme par hasard). Ne nous emballons pas :mrgreen:
Battle royale en UHD je n'y crois toujours pas ,j'attends qu'il soit en preco pour me dire que ce n'est pas un rêve !Pathé! avec Benedetta et TF1 avec Cinema paradiso aussi alors qu'ils n'avaient pas sorti d'UHD depuis 2 ans,j'espère que ça va durer!
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epitomb wrote: 23 Jul 21, 10:14
bocina wrote: 19 Jul 21, 13:26
A voir si y'aura la uncut pour certains mais ca peut etre sympa si le coffret est vraiment complet.
A mon avis il faudra s'attendre aux mêmes disques-contenus que l'édition US de Paramount à savoir les chapitres 5/6 et 7/8 sur la même galette.
Ce sera donc 1 seul Steelbook contenant 6 galettes (chapitres 5/6 & 7/8 sur un seul disque) :
https://www.amazon.fr/dp/B0997XGDLZ/ref ... nkCode=df0
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Je n'ai pas vu ce film dans le listing:
LE ROI DE PARIS (1995, D. Maillet) chez Doriane Films sorti le 7 juin 2021 en combo DVD/Blu-ray
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Ann Harding wrote: 26 Jul 21, 09:36 Je n'ai pas vu ce film dans le listing:
LE ROI DE PARIS (1995, D. Maillet) chez Doriane Films sorti le 7 juin 2021 en combo DVD/Blu-ray
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Normal puisqu'il ne rentre pas dans la catégorie "film naphta" ; si l'on commence à intégrer tous les films dont l'intrigue se situe avant les années 80, on n'a pas fini.
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Oups! C'est vrai le film est de 1995...
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L'an 01 de Jacques Doillon (LCJ - BR - 21/09/21)
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Jeremy Fox wrote: 27 Jul 21, 20:23 L'an 01 de Jacques Doillon (LCJ - BR - 21/09/21)
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Prévu le 13 octobre chez nous ! Les précos sont ouvertes sur Amazon !
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Le 2 novembre chez Flicker Alley (je me demande si un éditeur français est intéressé), ça à l'air passionnant !
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The Beast Must Die

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Mystery writer Felix Lane, (legendary Spanish actor Narciso Ibáñez Menta), suffers a tragic loss; his nine-year-old son is killed in a hit-and-run car accident. Desperate for vengeance, Lane bypasses the authorities, adopts a new identity, and begins looking for clues that will lead him to the culprit. The suspense reaches hair-raising levels as Felix's vendetta leads him to infiltrate an affluent family rife with its own intrigues. But who among this highly suspect bunch is the killer? And will Felix follow his mission to its bitter end? Based on Cecil Day-Lewis' influential 1936 novel The Beast Must Die (written as Nicholas Blake), Viñoly Barreto's film is a stunning adaptation of one of the true landmarks of crime fiction and psychological suspense.

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NEW RESTORATION OF THE FILM
Introduction to The Beast Must Die (La bestia debe morir) – By author, historian, and "noirchaeologist" Eddie Muller.
New In-Depth Conversation – Between Argentine film archivist and historian Fernando Martín Peña and Daniel Viñoly, son of visionary director Román Viñoly Barreto.
Profile of Actor Narciso Ibáñez Menta – By film historian Fernando Martín Peña.
Audio Commentary Track – By author and film historian Guido Segal.
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The Bitter Stems

Label description: This rarely seen 1956 film was lauded in its day but only recently rediscovered, hidden away in a private collector's home outside Buenos Aires. Thanks to the diligent efforts of the Film Noir Foundation and Argentine cinephile Fernando Martín Peña, a gorgeous new print of The Bitter Stems (Los tallos amargos) was created, by the UCLA Film & Television Archive, from the reconditioned original negative, now presented in its first ever home video release–with special thanks to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's Charitable Trust.

Alfredo Gasper, a dissatisfied Buenos Aires newspaperman (Carlos Cores), partners with Paar Liudas, a clever Hungarian refugee (Vassili Lambrinos) who needs money to bring his family from Argentina. Together they create a bogus correspondence school, exploiting the hopes of would-be journalists. As their scheme succeeds beyond their wildest dreams, a mystery woman from Liudas' past sparks Gasper's suspicion: his charming colleague may be playing him for a sucker. Soon Gasper finds himself plotting the perfect crime – but fate has many twists in store.

This adaptation of journalist Adolfo Jasca's award winning novel was acclaimed upon its release, earning top prizes in 1957 from the Argentine critics association for Best Picture, with Fernando Ayala named Best Director. American Cinematographer magazine listed Los Tallos Amargos #49 on its roster of the 100 Best Photographed Films of All-Time. The innovative and evocative score, combining elements of tango, jazz, and classical music, is one of the first film scores by legendary composer Astor Piazolla. After more than 60 years in darkness, The Bitter Stems (Los tallos amargos) is finally restored and ready for rediscovery.

Special Features and Technical Specs:

NEW RESTORATION OF THE FILM
Introduction to The Bitter Stems (Los tallos amargos) – By author, historian, and "noirchaelogist" Eddie Muller.
New In-Depth Conversation – With Argentine film archivist and historian Fernando Martín Peña.
Profile of Legendary Composer Astor Piazolla – By film historian Steven Smith.
Audio Commentary Track – By author and film historian Imogen Sara Smith.
Souvenir Booklet – Featuring rare original photographs, posters, lobby cards, and advertisements, along with an essay by film historian and lecturer María Elena de las Carreras.
In Spanish, with English subtitles
REGION-FREE