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Old 10-25-2012, 10:16 PM   #1
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Great Movies: Forbidden Games by Roger Ebert
Forbidden Games by David Ehrenstein
Forbidden Games: Death and the Maiden by Peter Matthews

StudioCanal are releasing René Clément's Forbidden Games in the UK for the first time on home video (as far as I can tell!) on January 7th, 2013. It doesn't look like it's going to be a part of the StudioCanal Collection, for some reason.

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Updated with cover art. Thank goodness they didn't use the same monstrosity as the French release, and went with the original poster art!
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Received this today from Amazon.
Pre-orders: The Beach, The Wind Rises
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Is it region free?
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Spanish subs?
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Region B, no Spanish
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transfer quality?
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Forbidden Games Blu-ray REVIEW



Also part of The Rene Clement Collection (on DVD only):




Gervaise
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Gervaise is a 1956 French film directed by René Clément and based on the novel L’Assommoir by Émile Zola. Gervaise Macquart, (Maria Schell, Le Notti Bianche) a young crippled laundress, is left alone with two young children when her lover, Auguste Lantier decides to leave. Despite many struggles she works hard to turn her life around and marries Henri Coupeau, a roofer and fulfils her dream of buying her own laundry, however things takes a turn for the worse as her old lover returns and her husband starts drinking heavily.
And Hope to Die
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And Hope to Die is a 1972 crime drama directed by René Clément (Forbidden Games, Purple Noon). A French fugitive (Jean-Louis Trintignant, Z, The Conformist) heads to Canada where he ends up joining forces with a criminal gang who are plotting a kidnapping. However, things don’t go quite as planned when the crime lords daughter they plan to kidnap accidently dies.
The Deadly Trap
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The Deadly Trap is a 1971 film directed by Réne Clément, based on the novel “The Children are Gone”. Starring Faye Dunaway (Bonnie and Clyde, Chinatown) as Jill and Frank Langella (Frost/Nixon, Unknown) as Philip her husband. A married couple moves to France together with their two children. Their world is torn apart when the children go missing and it transpires they have been kidnapped. In a frantic struggle to recover them alive and well, the couples lives begin to fall apart at the seams as Jill’s mental state deteriorates and Philip struggles to make sense of what is happening to them.
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