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Soon from Criterion on Blu-ray: Anderson, Cronenberg, Kurosawa, Malick, Von Trier

Posted May 5, 2010 06:38 AM by Juan Calonge

CriterionUsually, titles from The Criterion Collection are first officially announced and then come up for preorder. But this time, the opposite has happened and five major titles are apparently coming soon from the studio: Antichrist (Lars Von Trier, 2009); The Darjeeling Limited (Wes Anderson, 2007); The Seven Samurai (Akira Kurosawa, 1954); The Thin Red Line (Terrence Malick, 1998); and Videodrome (David Cronenberg, 1982).

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chad_1138
  May 05, 2010
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1st post!!! Yes for Anderson, but I'm waiting for Rushmore and Tennenbaums.

The Chosen One
  May 05, 2010
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I don't do best movies but The Seven Samurai (Akira Kurosawa, 1954)... BEST SAMURAI MOVIE EVER. Hands down. Hoping for a perfect transfer to replace my dvd version.

Iain
  May 05, 2010
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This is amazing. I will be picking up Antichrist, Darjeeling ltd.,The Thin Red line and Videodrome!

vveksuvarna
  May 05, 2010
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so glad criterion is picking up left out wes anderson films,

good to have antichrist on the list too,

hope we have fantastic mr fox from criterion soon,

and seven samurai is too good to be true
rpistus
  May 05, 2010
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What a great news, The Thin Red Line! Anything from Malick on blu is a holiday.

Bluyoda
  May 05, 2010
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Yes, YES, Y-E-S!! Akira Kurosawa's "The Seven Samurai" will definitely find a place in my collection! First minute buy for me!!!
I love Kurosawa movies!

mbhwee
  May 05, 2010
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damnit, if only criterion didn't region lock their blu-rays

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I am blu
  May 05, 2010
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wow, what a nice selection!! darjeeling limited, thin red line & 7 samurai day 1 for sure!
these are 3 excellent movies! I already have the japanese import of 7 samurai but will double dip for this criterion release, I would bet a hand this will get a magnific treatment
festivalcitydave
  May 05, 2010
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I wonder if this is their August slate of titles or if these will be spread out over a few months. Regardless, all five for me.

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TJS_Blu
  May 05, 2010
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Guess this means the von Sternberg's are Standard Def. Crap. Except for 7 Samurai, I'd much rather these on blu than titles listed.

BobbyB
  May 05, 2010
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SWEET! Videodrome is one of my favorite Cronenberg flicks! Also, Seven Samurai and Thin Red Line will be mine. But where's Walkabout??
Micio
  May 05, 2010
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The Darjeeling Limited for me!!

cathexist
  May 05, 2010
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Seven Samurai definitely...I've been waiting on that one

karezoid
  May 05, 2010
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THE THIN RED LINE!!!! finally!!! but is it not 20th century fox release?

mpstjohn
  May 05, 2010
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Videodrome and Darjeeling for me.

mishal
  May 05, 2010
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The Seven Samurai is day one. I really hop they would release the complete Kurosawa collection movies just the in the Japanese release.

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BluraySe7en
  May 05, 2010
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Just like Hunger Thin Red Line will not be mine, I don't have a region free player so I will need to wait till the UK gets it's act together with these, surely it's time Criterion started making there titles available over in the UK or some other studio gave as much care an attention and catered for us who wanted these films in good old blighty.

dmarvin
  May 05, 2010
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Wow, those are some heavy hitters. Nice! Hopefully this means we'll get the rest of Anderson's films eventually too.

doctorsteve
  May 05, 2010
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Darjeeling! Woo-hoo!!! Will definitely be worth the wait!!!
spargs
  May 05, 2010
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I'm not a fan of Von Trier's films, but the other 4 are all Day 1 buys for me. Criterion getting "The Thin Red Line" is amazing news! Would love to see then get "Badlands" as well!
TTC1984
  May 05, 2010
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Seven Samurai at long last! Everytime a new Kurosawa film hits Blu, I'm the first to jump on it. This will be no exception.

ShellOilJunior
  May 05, 2010
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BluraySe7en, multi region rights are very costly. If Criterion goes multi-region then the number of releases will decrease.

Get an Oppo.

Minimejer05
  May 05, 2010
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Awesome news! Will blind buy Thin Red Line. Ive been waiting for Antichrist so I will buy that for sure. Ive heard Andersons film is awesome so I will just blind buy that aswell.

ShellOilJunior
  May 05, 2010
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Thanks for the heads-up! Just locked in a pre-order for Seven Samurai.

zombieland
  May 05, 2010
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Only a twelve year wait for thin red line, not bad.
HeartPalmeiras
  May 05, 2010
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already preordered Antichrist, Seven Samurai (one of my fav movies ever and the one I've been waiting to get on Blu since I first got a BD playr,) and Videodrome. Though I enjoyed Darjeeling Unlimited I will wait to order that one. Have never seen The Thin Red Line, but have only heard great things about it.

I wish I had enough money to buy every single Criterion release. I still need to get Wings Of Desire, Hunger, A Christmas Tale, Bottle Rocket and M. Then later I will hopefully begin to get the rest as cash permits.

Wish Criterion would release Lust, Caution.

jk1138
  May 05, 2010
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Thin Red Line!!!!! Cannot wait for this one!

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D_Renn
  May 05, 2010
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Awesome news. Long Live The New Flesh!
agalma
  May 05, 2010
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VIDEODROME!! That was way up on my list! I'm so happy°

Lincoln6Echo
  May 05, 2010
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I'll be getting Thin Red Line for sure. It'll go good with SPR and HBO's The Pacific. The assault on the grassy hill ought to be awesome on Blu. Did anybody notice that the DVD version is from 2001, so it's one of those relatively early DVDs with probably sub-par transfers. I need to pop it in to double-check it though. Haven't watched it in years.

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blokhed
  May 05, 2010
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Finally, Seven Samurai! Thin Red Line should look nice, too.

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nathanp
  May 05, 2010
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Some great stuff there, I'll take em all!
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mywhitenoise
  May 05, 2010
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Damn it! Of all the Wes Anderson movies to release on blu-ray, they chose that one!?

vegasranger
  May 05, 2010
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Easily the worst month releases yet by Criterion. Where are the French, Italian or Spanish classics.? Antichrist surely isn't a Criterion type film? One of the poorer Anderson films. Least I will save some money, maybe Kino will give us some real classics.

Andes
  May 05, 2010
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Day one purchase for Darjeeling Limited and I will definitely pay full price. I'm so glad I didn't buy the dvd. The cinematography and colors will be amazing on blu.

Arkadin
  May 05, 2010
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some obviously great titles there, but man I wish it was "Rushmore" instead.
please Criterion don't make us wait another year for the other Anderson films.

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repete66211
  May 05, 2010
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IMO Seven Samurai is one of the greatest movies ever made. I will definitely be buying that one. But as with M, I will wait until the price descends from the stratosphere.

I love Bottle Rocket and Rushmore, but IMO The Darjeeling Limited was a mess. I'm not a fan of Malick, Cronenberg or von Trier so I hope you guys enjoy those.

The Blu Raja
  May 05, 2010
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Thin Red Line, finally!! Although i'm hoping Criterion were able to acquire some if not all of the 2+ hours of filmed/cut footage featuring many of the actors who never appear in the film (From wikipedia: Billy Bob Thornton, Martin Sheen, Gary Oldman, Bill Pullman, Lukas Haas, Viggo Mortensen and Mickey Rourke)

Or better yet, an extended cut supervised by Malick himself a la his "New World" extended cut on blu-ray? The heavy lastminute editing-down of the film was widely publicized at the time, and i'm sure Malick would've been waiting for an opportunity to revisit it at some point. (Many of the cut-out actors listed above are even listed in the theatrical version's end credits, which were likely completed before the new shortened cut had to be produced a week before release)

jhiggy23
  May 05, 2010
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The Thin Red Line and Seven Samurai? Two of my top 5 wanted titles in one day? Best.Day.Ever. Complete waste on releasing the despicable Antichrist, though.
br0k3nglass
  May 05, 2010
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It's funny how people either absolutely detest Antichrist or they love it. Great news, all around.

brainofj72
  May 05, 2010
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THE THIN RED LINE!!!!!!!! One of my most-anticipated Blu-rays, for sure.

mikeraylu
  May 05, 2010
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I want The Seven Samurai hoping The Hidden Fortress will come shortly after.

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DeadDog
  May 05, 2010
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Yes! Almost bought The Darleeling Limited on dvd a few days ago thinking it was surely not coming out on blu-ray before Wes Anderson's other films. Glad I held off. Will pick that up day one!

hal9000
  May 05, 2010
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Darjeeling! Yay! Worth the double dip, especially if it's Criterion.
codboymt
  May 05, 2010
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Darjeeling Limited!!!! I've been anticipating this one.

Atreyu
  May 05, 2010
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Videodrome-Awesome!!!!!!
theplaylist
  May 05, 2010
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We confirmed the titles with Criterion, who say they will be coming this fall. Also coming to BluRay from Criterion is Stanley Donen's "Charade": http://theplaylistnation.blogspot.com/2010/05/criterion-confirms-thin-red-line.html

ShellOilJunior
  May 05, 2010
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Darjeeling Express?
HeartPalmeiras
  May 05, 2010
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i didn't realize there were so many people who hated Antichrist.

can anyone confirm this will be the longer cut of The Seven Samurai which will be available? for some reason i seem to remember seeing a shorter running time listed for the original Criterion release of this movie: not the 3 disc edition.
RiffFan924
  May 05, 2010
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I thought Darjeeling was never gonna come out from Criterion so I got the DVD for like $10 around Christmas time....hrm....I'll still upgrade. Antichrist is a hell of a pretentious mind-f**k but I would consider buying it if the price is right. Seven Samurai, even though I have not seen it is a definite as well as The Thin Red Line. Thankfully I haven't picked that up on DVD yet.

Seretur
  May 05, 2010
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Playlist -- good to see you guys still online. And thanks for the covers!
huffy
  May 05, 2010
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Not surprised about Darjeeling since Anderson has some kind of deal with Criterion, though its kind of unfortunate that it took up the place of another film considering its so mediocre (don't flame me Andersonites; I eagerly await The Fantastic Mr. Fox). I don't have too much desire to own Videodrome and I think Antichrist is going to be a "Rent Only," but the Seven Samurai? Now we're talking. I own the original Criterion release and was tempted to get the 3-disk re-release for the longest time. I'm glad I didn't so I can go with the Blu-ray.
Nice to see The Thin Red Line on there too. Does this mean Badlands is just around the corner?
kinoeye
  May 05, 2010
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Wow, this is going to get expensive. Antichrist, Seven Samurai and Videodrome are some of my favorite films ever. Darjeeling was fantastic... haven't seen Thin Red Line since it played theatrically. Fantastic news, time to start saving.

jonnoble27
  May 05, 2010
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wow, what a batch! very happy about all of these titles!
HeartPalmeiras
  May 05, 2010
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placed preorders for 3 of these. around 95 dollars. i guess i will have to slow down for at least another month and a half until after these come out. i have so many preorders coming up.

Criterion has been great with everything they have released so far. I have been waiting for The Seven Samurai for years. I even Emailed them like a year ago asking about any news of a BD release. I heard back saying they had been working on it, so I have been waiting since and now it is finally coming up. Based on its price I am assuming it will be a 2 disc release. Might as well: it is a pretty long film and the more quality for it the better. I never owned the 3disc SD release, but I heard the extra features were great.

The Criterion Videodrome SD release was great. Probably one of my most overplayed DVDs. I think I have played it so much the disc has some cracks starting to show.

I wish there was a release date for the movie Naked on BD. We should have a feature on the site where we could add the titles we would like to see on BD, but which have not been released yet.

Anyway, I think this list is amazing and with exception of Thin Red Line (which I have not seen yet) feel they are all worth the purchase.
theplaylist
  May 05, 2010
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@Seretur. Thanks! We will be back at our regular URL hopefully next week. Btw, those are fan made covers, not official.

Inspector Toschi
  May 05, 2010
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Wow. I'll be picking up every one of these. Nice work Criterion. Damn, I still need Paris, Texas and Days Of Heaven too. Is it possible for Criterion to be too good?

csdot
  May 05, 2010
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AHHHHHH!!!!!!! VIDEODROME!!!!!!!!!!!!

MCT
  May 05, 2010
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Videodrome! Wow! Never thought this would ever see a Blu release, done by Criterion no less. Should look spectacular.

wilky61
  May 05, 2010
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Rushmore please?

jj5206
  May 05, 2010
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The Darjeeling Limited is going to look beautiful on blu-ray...
ezthetix
  May 05, 2010
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Of all the Anderson movies to pick. When is Criterion ever going to release The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou on Blu-ray? Please?

DachnoPiitu
  May 05, 2010
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Really excited about these!!!

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nathanp
  May 05, 2010
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Darjeeling was a pretty underrated movie, love the short film beforehand as well. Natalie Portman in full vamp mode!

deadhatetheliving
  May 05, 2010
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Finally I will get my first Criterion Blu when I purchase Cronenberg's Videodrome. "Long Live the New Fleash!"

cinema_forever19
  May 05, 2010
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Seven Samurai!!! F* yeah! And bring on more Kurosawa! (I'd like to see Ikiru, Rashomon and The Hidden Fortress!)

Nathan Arizona
  May 05, 2010
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Hell yeah! Videodrome is one of my favourites. I've been waiting to see Anirchirst, and I'll take Darjeeling but was hoping for Rushmore after Bottle Rockets release last year.
josnack
  May 05, 2010
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of all of these i'm actually the most excited for "charade" i admit

Seretur
  May 05, 2010
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@Playlist -- I don't always agree with some of your writers, but you sure do run a classy blog. I missed you when I came back from a festival last week and found the blog gone.

Fanmade covers, eh? Well, the Antichrist one is utterly spoilerific, that's for sure...

yojoeski
  May 05, 2010
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Any chance at all that Seven Samurai has the movie on one disc and the extras on the second disc? That is the only thing I don't like about the previous 3 disc set is having the movie spread out over 2 discs. Yes its long but other movies of similar length, such as Return of the King are on one disc and look spectacular and Seven Samurai can do the same.

BluPix
  May 05, 2010
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I'll definitely pick up The Thin Red Line (preorder if the price is right), which would complete my Terrence Malick collection -- small but powerful and all but one on blu. (At least it would complete it until his next film appears, which won't be too long, I think).

I'll likely also buy The Darjeeling Limited, maybe with Fantastic Mr. Fox, which I have yet to pick up. I'm still waiting for the first Anderson movie I saw, The Royal Tennenbaums, to come out on Criterion blu.

Down the line I may blind-buy Criterion's Videodrome, since I very much like the few films I've seen from David Cronenberg. I may buy The Seven Samurai, especially after seeing it on the big screen in theaters not that long ago, but I'm hoping the big Kurosawa box set Criterion released late last year on SDVD will be given a Blu-ray treatment in the not too distant future. Or, maybe the BD box of Kurosawa films that was released in Japan can be given subtitles and released stateside, but I think it's more likely that Criterion will release its collection in region A territory. Then I'll just have to pick up Ran on blu plus a few others, I believe.

Other Criterion releases that I want to buy when the price is right or when I'm ready: Hunger, Che, Bigger than Life, Ride with the Devil, Stagecoach (already on preorder), M, Walkabout and several others. This year seems to be the biggest for Criterion in terms of Blu-ray releases. That's always a good thing.

goodtricks
  May 05, 2010
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Three first day buys here for me. Videodrome and The Thin Red Line are in my top 20 all time. Probably pick up 7 Samurai.

DFS61
  May 05, 2010
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What fantastic news! (I didn't see anything posted on Criterion's Web site, but I presume this is official.) How magnificent to FINALLY have Malick's "A Thin Red Line" on Blu-ray -- and from Criterion no less!!! That one's a must-have! I'm definitely interested in von Trier's "Antichrist," as it was originally announced earlier in the year to be out. Would've loved to have seen "Dogville" on Blu from Criterion; but, maybe next time.... (What an astonishing and overlooked masterwork!) Cronenberg's "Videodrome" will be of high interest, too; although, "Dead Ringers" would've been a winner for me.... By the way, for the person who asked about "Walkabout," it comes out on Blu-ray in a couple of weeks.... (Another must-have! One of the greatest films ever made -- in my opinion, of course....)
mattryan5150
  May 05, 2010
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I'm really hoping the Charade rumor is true... what a terrific movie.
Shimshuta
  May 06, 2010
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Thin Red Line finally gets the treatment it deserves. Since the first cut of the movie was 6 hours long, perhaps a possible new cut? And I hope we get a quality documentary about the million feet of film shot, and the experience doing it.

goforwand123
  May 06, 2010
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This is all well and good, but when are they going to release some more Bergman films??? We only have The Seventh Seal on blu right now. Winter Light and The Virgin Spring please!!
dufman
  May 06, 2010
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Awesome news. The more Wes the merrier.

Hope they feature some, if not all, of the uncut Thin Red Line footage. (Probably not going to be a six-hour blu-ray, but we can hope.)

RIKANA
  May 06, 2010
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oh sooo very very happy:)

RI
h_socolov
  May 08, 2010
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The Thin Red Line released on blu ray by Criterion is simply the most wonderful news I've read in this site as of yet, one of my favorite motion pictures (a true woik of contemplative art focusing like few films do on human condition) is receiving the Criterion treatment. I wonder if the length will be the same as the Fox dvd release and theatrical versions, I've read Malick shot more than six hours of footage and I'd love to see at least some of that re-incorporated or as an added extra. What I really wish for now is a Criterion release for The English Patient. I remember the Criterion laserdisc for that film, absolutley wonderful content and presentation for its time.


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