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Criterion Blu-ray in November: Godard, Pasolini, Kurosawa, Cimino

Posted August 15, 2012 06:04 PM by Webmaster

CriterionThe Criterion Collection has announced four titles for Blu-ray release in November. On November 6th, the independent studio will release Rashomon (Akira Kurosawa, 1950). A week later, on November 13th, it will release Weekend (Jean-Luc Godard, 1967) and Trilogy of Life (Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1971-74). On November 20th, it will release Heaven's Gate (Michael Cimino, 1980).

Technical specs and special features include:

Rashomon

A riveting psychological thriller that investigates the nature of truth and the meaning of justice, Rashomon is widely considered one of the greatest films ever made. Four people recount different versions of the story of a man's murder and the rape of his wife, which director Akira Kurosawa (Seven Samurai) presents with striking imagery and an ingenious use of flashbacks. This eloquent masterwork and international sensation revolutionized film language and introduced Japanese cinema - and a commanding new star by the name of Toshiro Mifune (Yojimbo) - to the Western world.

Special Features:
  • New digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition
  • Audio commentary by Japanese-film historian Donald Richie
  • Video introduction by director Robert Altman
  • Excerpts from The World of Kazuo Miyagawa, a documentary on Rashomon's cinematographer
  • A Testimony as an Image, a sixty-eight-minute documentary featuring interviews with cast and crew
  • Archival audio interview with actor Takashi Shimura
  • Original and rerelease trailers
  • New English subtitle translation
  • PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by film historian Stephen Prince; an excerpt from director Akira Kurosawa's Something Like an Autobiography; and reprints of Rashomon's two source stories by Ryunosuke Akutagawa, "Rashomon" and "In a Grove"

Weekend

This scathing late-sixties satire from Jean-Luc Godard (Breathless) is one of cinema's great anarchic works. Determined to collect an inheritance from a dying relative, a bourgeois couple travel across the French countryside while civilization crashes and burns around them. Featuring a justly famous centerpiece sequence in which the camera tracks along a seemingly endless traffic jam, and rich with historical and literary references, Weekend is a surreally funny and disturbing call for revolution, a depiction of society retreating to savagery, and - according to the credits - the end of cinema itself.

Special Features:
  • New, restored high-definition digital transfer, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray edition
  • New video essay by film critic Kent Jones
  • Archival interviews with actors Mireille Darc and Jean Yanne and assistant director Claude Miller
  • Excerpt from a French television program on director Jean-Luc Godard, featuring on-set footage of Weekend shot by filmmaker Philippe Garrel
  • Trailers
  • PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic and novelist Gary Indiana

Trilogy of Life

In the early 1970s, the great Italian poet, philosopher, and filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini (Salo, or The 120 Days of Sodom) brought to the screen a trio of masterpieces of premodern world literature - Giovanni Boccaccio's The Decameron, Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales, and The Thousand and One Nights (often known as The Arabian Nights) - and in doing so created his most uninhibited and extravagant work, which he titled his Trilogy of Life. In this brazen and bawdy triptych, the director set out to challenge consumer capitalism and celebrate the uncorrupted human body while commenting on contemporary sexual and religious mores and hypocrisies. His scatological humor and rough-hewn sensuality leave all modern standards of decency behind; these are physical, provocative, and wildly entertaining films, all extraordinarily designed by Dante Ferretti (Hugo) and featuring evocative music by Ennio Morricone (Days of Heaven).

Special Edition Collector's Set Features:
  • New high-definition digital restorations of all three films, with uncompressed monaural soundtracks on the Blu-ray editions
  • New visual essays by film scholars Patrick Rumble and Tony Rayns on The Decameron and Arabian Nights, respectively
  • New interviews with art director Dante Ferretti and composer Ennio Morricone about their work with Pasolini, and with film scholar Sam Rohdie on The Canterbury Tales
  • The Lost Body of Alibech (2005), a forty-five-minute documentary by Roberto Chiesi about a lost sequence from The Decameron
  • The Secret Humiliation of Chaucer (2006), a forty-seven-minute documentary by Chiesi about The Canterbury Tales
  • Via Pasolini, a documentary in which Pasolini discusses his views on language, film, and modern society
  • Pier Paolo Pasolini and the Form of the City (1974), a sixteen-minute documentary by Pasolini and Paolo Burnatto about the ancient Italian cities Orte and Sabaudia
  • Deleted scenes from Arabian Nights, with transcriptions of pages from the original script
  • Pasolini-approved English-dubbed track for The Canterbury Tales
  • Trailers
  • New English subtitle translations
  • PLUS: A booklet featuring essays by critic Colin MacCabe; Pasolini's 1975 article "Trilogy of Life Rejected"; excerpts from Pasolini's Berlin Film Festival press conference for The Canterbury Tales; and a report from the set of Arabian Nights by critic Gideon Bachmann

Heaven's Gate

A visionary critique of American expansionism, Heaven's Gate, directed by Oscar winner Michael Cimino (The Deer Hunter), is among Hollywood's most ambitious and unorthodox epics. Kris Kristofferson (Lone Star) brings his weathered sensuality to the role of a Harvard graduate who has relocated all the way to Wyoming as a federal marshal; there, he learns of a government-sanctioned plot by rich cattle barons to kill the area's European settlers for their land. The resulting skirmish is based on the real-life bloody Johnson County War of 1892. Also starring Isabelle Huppert (White Material) and Christopher Walken (King of New York), Heaven's Gate is a savage and ravishingly shot demystification of western movie lore. This is the full director's cut, letting viewers today see Cimino's potent original vision.

Special Features:
  • New, restored transfer of director Michael Cimino's cut of the film, supervised by Cimino
  • New restoration of the 5.1 surround soundtrack, supervised by Cimino, in DTS-HD Master Audio on the Blu-ray edition
  • New illustrated audio interview with Cimino and producer Joann Carelli
  • New interviews with actor Kris Kristofferson, soundtrack arranger and performer David Mansfield, and second assistant director Michael Stevenson
  • The Johnson County War, a video interview with historian Bill O'Neal about the real-life conflict that inspired the film, and its resonance in popular culture
  • Trailer and TV spots
  • PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic and programmer Giulia D'Agnolo Vallan



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News comments (64 comments)


rickah88
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Oh my God....YES!!! Very good news! I might get all of them.

dirtylemons
 - Aug 15, 2012

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'Rashomon', woohoo! Day after my birthday, too.

Raizov
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Rashomon is a great news! I hope Criterion will bring more Kurosawa film onto Blu-ray

thompsonjohn
 - Aug 15, 2012

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So which is the "Michael Cimino cut of the film"? The work print at 325min or the premiere cut at 219 minutes? Nevermind, I just read the 219 is the director's cut so I'm assuming that's the Cimino cut.

tru blu
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Criterion never fail to impress me. Once again they are releasing great titles. Will pick these up.

lnh_boy
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Pasolini trilogy during the B&N November sale? Yes, please!

lnh_boy
 - Aug 15, 2012

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I have to admit I was really hoping for an announcement about "Eraserhead"...

nathanp
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Great new cover art for Rashomon, I think I'll still hold onto my DVD when I get this.

GoldenSimatar
 - Aug 15, 2012

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I'm psyched about 'Heaven's Gate'; been dying for the Criterion collection to release it for years. Though I honestly was hoping to see the original 5.5hour cut as an additional feature, still very curious to see that. And there's this great TV documentary based on Steven Bach's book: "Final Cut: The Making and Unmaking of Heaven's Gate", kinda disappointed that it's not there either.

Still, take the good with the bad.

scottevil50
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Rashomon and Heaven's Gate for me.

bobiq
 - Aug 15, 2012

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OMG!! 2 of my favs on BD..hell yeah...Week-End and Rashomon, I can't wait....

Simonbergeron
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Rashomon for me day One!

-jonny-
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Are Criterion slowing their release rate?

GoBlu08
 - Aug 15, 2012

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I'm in for Rashomon and am thinking about Heavens Gate

JMDiaz718
 - Aug 15, 2012

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More from Criterion info from the Fangoria website:

Releasing November 20 When Horror Came to Shochiku includes X From Outer Space, Goke: Body Snatcher FRom Hell, The Living Skeleton & Genocide.

While this box set looks cool for genre fans like me, not sure why Criterion is releasing titles like X From Outer Space & Goke??? Never heard of the other two titles.

They should release The Blob (1958) on Blu already!!

lanceandnade
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Wow this is truly an amazing month. I will be getting them all. I am especially pleased about Rashomon & Weekend. I figured Godard's Weekend wasn't coming because of that other Weekend out a month or so before! Wow just awesome

Mao
 - Aug 15, 2012

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I was just looking at my old MGM DVD of "Heaven's Gate" on the shelf the other day and wondering when it would be released with anamorphic enhancement.

This will do much better...thanks, Criterion!!!!

Kakihara
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Rashomon is great but I really, really want Throne of Blood on BD. I hope that will be the next Kurosawa film that gets the Criterion treatment.

zoodermin
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Rashomon finally! Also the Trilogy of Life looks vey interesting and with the B&N sale in November they are a no brainer!!

Phxsns1
 - Aug 15, 2012

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A Kurosawa blu-ray upgrade is never an unwelcome thing, and I've been really curious to see Weekend and Heaven's Gate.

BluPix
 - Aug 15, 2012

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As expected—and as usual—Criterion's November lineup has proven to be stellar once again. I'll proudly add all four of these packages to my collection. If B&N has another 50% off sale that month, it will be all for the better.

Snake in my Boots
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Rashomon is great news!

knome93
 - Aug 15, 2012

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RASHOMON!!!! YES!!! Next, Kwaidan!!! PLEASE!!!!

Grethiwha
 - Aug 15, 2012

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I'm definitely in for Rashomon! <3

+1 on the comment above me. Hope it's not too long again before the next classic Japanese film upgrade, and Kwaidan is first on my wishlist. But for now... Rashomon!

ilovenola2
 - Aug 15, 2012

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thelittleprince
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Finally, Rashomon, my favorite Kurosawa!

OldPangYau
 - Aug 15, 2012

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RASHOMON! GIMME! *om nom nom* Crap, didn't mean to eat it... got too excited. Seriously though, Rashomon is one of the top 3 "dvd to blu ray upgrade" Criterions I've been waiting forever for. Now, bring on Brazil and Throne of Blood, and I'll be quite happy :-D

fdm
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Oh cool, it is Weekend. Was skimming their website and thought I was looking at the other Weekend. Quite a month there.

dkelly26666
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Can't believe more people aren't also getting excited about the Pasolini trilogy! Perhaps they are just not as familiar with Pasolini? These are fantastic films. Pasolini was on such a role from 1967 until 1975 (the time of his death). I got the E1 Blu ray of his "Medea" (1970) last December, and it looks great. I have the Criterion "Salo" (1975), as well. I hope Criterion will do more pasolini eventually, too. I would love a Crierion blu of "Oedipus Rex" (1967). Anyway, like someone else said, I'm probably getting ALL of these!

CandyStalker
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Blu Titan
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Rashomon!!!!

UNCMT9
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Just Rashomon for me. I've heard more negatives than postives about Heaven's Gate so I will let someoe try to sway me in that direction

metamorphic
 - Aug 15, 2012

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I'm glad I was born in November.

prkprkprk
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Heaven's Gate?! Wow, never thought I would ever see the day in which that gets a BD release. I'll definitely try to pick that one up.

MichaelBate
 - Aug 15, 2012

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Heaven's Gate!! A vastly underrated (if flawed) masterpiece. Finally it will get a high quality video release. I recently watched the technically awful non-anamorphic DVD and enjoyed the film more than ever in spite of the terrible video quality.

Really looking forward to this.

bboisvert
 - Aug 15, 2012

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In for Rashomon and Heaven's Gate.


Although I will admit to being disappointed with the 'extras' on Heaven's Gate. Several "interviews" doesn't seem to be up to Criterion's usual standards. Still, won't stop me from buying.

ifireun
 - Aug 15, 2012

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All of these titles are wanted, with Rashomon as my first priority. Superb month for new Criterions - hoping that most of these releases will be part of the annual B&N Black Friday sale...

nitin
 - Aug 16, 2012

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in for all those, was always curious about heavens Gate, at least the photography, the one aspect every one agrees on will be well served.

penguin
 - Aug 16, 2012

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Oh for Dersu Uzala!

Jr7936
 - Aug 16, 2012

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yes the trilogy of life, is the one i am most excited for,
I like akira K films but but I like it when movies are new, and not just remastered from dvd to blu ray

TheDean
 - Aug 16, 2012

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You think Criterion would ever do The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford? That way we could get the directors cut and some special features. It had three trailers and none of them showed up on the disc. And I'd like to see some extras about the look and sound of the movie.

Lino11
 - Aug 16, 2012

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Wow, excited for all of these!!

miTfan3
 - Aug 16, 2012

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Heaven's Gate with a Criterion transfer? Sometimes miracles do happen.

actionfan
 - Aug 16, 2012

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themadpanner
 - Aug 16, 2012

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At last I can ditch my awful non anamorphic Heavens Gate, over a year ago I reported that this restoration was going on but exactly how long is the directors cut? .... and which directors cut? Great news.

danmovie
 - Aug 16, 2012

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I'm interested in Rashomon. I have seen (and own) many Kurosawa films, but somehow have never gotten around to seeing Rashomon. Seven Samurai is currently the only Kurosawa I own on Blu (though I have several others on DVD). Rashomon might make it two Kurosawa Blus for me.

I'll pass on Heaven's Gate and Weekend.

Finally, the Pasolini Trilogy is absolutely disgusting and depraved. Criterion calls it "uninhibited and extravagant," but that isn't always a good thing.

snipemonkey
 - Aug 16, 2012

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Holy S*** -- HEAVEN'S FREAKIN' GATE! Yes!

dannalexcon
 - Aug 16, 2012

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Rashomon really needed to be upgraded to Blu, great news! Hopefully Throne of Blood will be the next Kurosawa in line.

The Blu Raja
 - Aug 16, 2012

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Heaven's Gate!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Finally!
[speechless]
[dies]

Aclea
 - Aug 16, 2012

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Hopefully Heaven's Gate will have the original freeze frame ending rather than the slightly extended one on the DVD. It would have been interested to have included the alternate ending from the shorter version, which is basically just a costume change and character removed from the one they used while intercut with Isabelle Huppert's last scene. It is a shame they don't have the documentary on it, though.

repete66211
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I know it's among his most popular so it's probably blaphemy to say Rashomon is the only Kurosawa I've seen that I didn't like. Well, that and Dersu Uzala. (More blasphemy.) I'd rather see Red Beard, Throne of Blood, Ran (if only!), The Hidden Fortress and (especially) Ikiru. Given that Criterion has released so many Kurosawas on Blu-ray I hope it's just a matter of time until we see the rest of these.

Foggy
 - Aug 16, 2012

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I can't wait to see Criteron's three reasons behind Heaven's Gate...

24framesasecond
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I'm glad Criterion has chosen to spread the film over two discs because the only reason this film holds any interest at all is the visuals--the scenery and Cimino's obsessive devotion to detail and historical authenticity. I've wanted to like Heaven's Gate for 30 years and have watched it several times in its full-length and truncated versions, and the sad truth keeps slapping me in the face: it's a slow, ponderous, overblown, lovely-to-look-at ego trip by a director run amok. It lacks the one essential element of any good film: a story. Still, its visuals and sense of historical time and place are among the most stunning in cinema history, and for that reason alone I will buy it.

DFS61
 - Aug 16, 2012

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OMG, how fantastic November 2012 is gonna be...!!! I swear I had tears in my eyes when I saw "Heaven's Gate" as now becoming a part of the Criterion oeuvre! I will never forget having my $10 ticket to see it's West Coast premier in Century City, only to have the showing canceled due to the disastrous New York City premier. (It was viewed by many, at the time, that Vincent Canby's scathing review put the stake through Heaven's Gate's beating heart.) Even seeing UA's truncated version, I simply didn't understand the vehement antipathy towards this film. When I finally got to see the full-length, director's cut, I was astounded! True, it's not a perfect film; however, it is visually and aurally astounding, the performances by all extremely effective, and the storyline is moving and emotional. I AM PSYCHED...!!! And, too, so great to see Pasolini and "Rashomon" on November's list! (I'm not a Godard fan; however, I may check this one out....) Bravo, Criterion!!!

TTC1984
 - Aug 16, 2012

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Rashomon, finally! Been gradually growing my "Kurosawa on Blu" collection, so any new entry I can add is eagerly awaited!

Philly Q
 - Aug 16, 2012

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I quite like Rashomon, and Weekend, and it's nice that they're putting the three Pasolini films together in a set. I may not actually buy any of these, but good to know that they'll be out there.

Daytripper
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"Heaven's Gate"? Now that's a head scratcher for a CC release. Being it's mostly regarded as one
of the worst movies ever made. It definitely was a financial disaster. I finally saw it years ago.
And while I certainly didn't think it was terrible, I found it extremely boring.

actionfan
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UNCMT9
 - Aug 16, 2012

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Rashomon for me. Awesome cover art. I'll pass on the rest.

randomguitarist
 - Aug 16, 2012

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Steve Zissou please!

nefilim
 - Aug 17, 2012

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that`s it - gonna order region free oppo !!! these and other criterion are too good to pass !!! damn !

filmczy
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"New, restored transfer of director Michael Cimino's cut of the film, supervised by Cimino"

Is Criterion unsure of the running time to not list it in the specs?

repete66211
 - Aug 17, 2012

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Criterion.com lists Heaven's Gate running time at 216 minutes.

in2video2
 - Aug 21, 2012

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Michael Cimino's cut of Heaven's Gate. I never ever thought it would ever be considered for a Blu-Ray release. So grateful to Criterion. Now I must catch up on The Deer Hunter too.


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