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  • Delicatessen & City Of Lost Children

    I have the domestic release and probably won't bother upgrading BUT... this is a beautiful package.

    Ltd. to 500 pcs, from Kimchidvd.

    http://www.kimchidvd.com/en/good/goo...good_seq=21050

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    - Commentary by Jean-Pierre Jeunet
    - MAKING OF: FINE COOKED PORK MEATS
    - MAIN COURSE PIECES
    - JEAN-PIERRE JEUNET'S ARCHIVES
    - TRAILER
    - TEASER
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  • #2
    This one is also ltd. to 500 pcs.

    http://www.kimchidvd.com/en/good/goo...good_seq=21049

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    - Commentary by Jean-Pierre Jeunet
    - Making of
    - Behind the Scenes
    - Interview with J.P Gaultier
    - Trailer
    - Teaser 1
    - Teaser 2
    - Teaser 3
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    • #3
      Fantastic looking sets. Very doubtful I will get em though, as I already have both on DVD.
      "No presh from the Dresh!"

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      • #4
        I haven't seen Delicatessen in years. I should remedy that.

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        • #5
          I would love to rewatch these. I think I'd appreciate them more in my old age.
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          • #6
            I absolutely adored these films in the 90's. Especially City of Lost Children. I rewatched Delicatessen some years back, and it just didn't feel the same anymore. Maybe I've just grown tired of this visually extravagant way of filmmaking. I liked Tim Burton's early films too in my youth, but now I can hardly stand them (except Ed Wood and maybe Edward Scissorhands, though I haven't seen that in at least a decade). The point being, mrs. Jane, that it could just as easily go the other way too.

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            • #7
              Payint tribute to the late Angelo Bandalamenti through his underrated score for........

              THE CITY OF LOST CHILDREN (1995) - Marc Caro & Jean-Pierre Jeunet's follow-up to the bizarro delight, DELICATESSEN is this even more visually arresting sci-fi fantasy extravaganza. In an elaborately detailed futuristic society, an evil scientist, Krank (Daniel Emilfork) is using children to harvest their dreams.

              The plot here is secondary to the visuals but, for those willing to go along for the ride, the production design, costumes, props and Darius Khondji's cinematography fills the senses. Angelo Bandalamanti's soundtrack entices the ear with it's combination of mystery and melody. It's difficult to imagine the film without it. Bandalamenti would later score Jeunet's A VERY LONG ENGAGEMENT (excellent composition as well). No wonder Terry Gilliam loved the film so much - it's like the French cousin to his BRAZIL!

              CITY OF LOST CHILDREN also stars Ron Perlman, Dominique Pinon (a Jeunet regular), Judith Vittet and features the voice of the late great Jean-Lous Trintignant. CITY OF LOST CHILDREN is currently available to stream on the Criterion Channel and available to rent for about $3. It's out on DVD and Blu Ray, too.

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              • #8
                UHD release coming from Studio Canal.

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                • #9
                  German Blu-ray edition coming 10/19/23.

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