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Old 05-28-2023, 06:34 PM   #2281
wabrit wabrit is offline
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I decided to get The Film Desk edition of TED (and boy is that both a great film and a tough watch) but yes I agree seems like an ideal partner label assuming they are going to release more.

Pathe in France are releasing No Fear, No Die in HD soon - No reason to presume that will be an English-friendly release, so another possibility I guess.
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Old 05-28-2023, 07:01 PM   #2282
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U.S. Go Home is, unfortunately, legally unreleasable due to music rights which is a shame as it's probably my favourite of her films. The Tous les garçons et les filles series had an amazing hit rate.
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Originally Posted by trucide View Post
I'm new to Radiance, and I am really curious about some of their future output...
do we know until when the UK half year subscription will be available?
It seems that the cost of their subscription is almost equal to the total amount of each individual titles. Is there an obvious incentive to go for the subscription ?

also do they have annual sale like indicator ?
So without knowing exactly what is being released it's impossible to say how good a deal it will be, we'll only know in retrospect, but it should save you something. Individual orders direct have shipping costs to pay so those are all bundled in with the subscription, you also get a guaranteed copy (there have been no sell outs before release date so far but a few titles haven't lasted more than a few weeks after release) and Radiance have been shipping a few weeks before release date. It also means you don't have to remember to place monthly orders and if something gets delayed then it's not going to hold up your other titles from that month shipping - Radiance don't split orders for shipping so you wait until everything in your order is released, unless you have the subscription.

So far there hasn't been a sale, given how things have been shifting I'd be surprised if you see many/any of the limited edition versions in sales, if and when they have one I'd expect it to be for standard releases without the (excellent) booklets.
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