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Old 02-24-2021, 04:48 PM   #18901
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Late or not, it better NOT be The Parallax View as I've just dropped the most I've ever paid for a non-limited single disc Criterion from the States on it.
Ooh, that means it will definitely be The Parallax View! Cheers!
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Old 02-24-2021, 04:58 PM   #18902
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more robert bresson please
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Old 02-24-2021, 04:59 PM   #18903
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Ooh, that means it will definitely be The Parallax View! Cheers!
please no bresson announcements tomorrow
please no bresson announcements tomorrow
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Old 02-24-2021, 05:39 PM   #18904
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Sadly, no. The only 50% off sales tend to be the Criterion ones, the biannual Barnes & Noble ones, and any price matching Amazon.com does. All limited to region A titles. Will be interesting to see if Criterion's disappearance from Zoom (and along with it, that nice 4 for £50 offer on loads of regular titles that Zoom had) leads to the UK getting its own 50% off sale... Can live in hope...!
1.Amz price glitch can't be ruled out as in case of Zatoichi box set (both on ES/UK but ES had more fulfillment rate )
2.Not sure if #1 is more likely due to 'If one of the discs is uncensored/doesn't meet the BBFC censorship requirements like animal cruelty' (sorry , haven't watched much of WKW's work)
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Old 02-25-2021, 10:54 AM   #18905
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Finally have the wkw set at zavvi
https://www.zavvi.com/blu-ray/world-.../12893488.html
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Old 02-25-2021, 11:14 AM   #18906
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This across the board price tag means importing is going to be a better option - especially if they encode the disks for dual territories.
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Old 02-25-2021, 12:02 PM   #18907
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This across the board price tag means importing is going to be a better option - especially if they encode the disks for dual territories.
That would be sensible, but based on existing reviews of the US set does not appear to be the case. Of course, I am assuming the relevant reviewers checked (which is, of course, not necessarily true).
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Old 02-25-2021, 02:17 PM   #18908
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more robert bresson please
I agree. We need far more, he's such a powerful and influential director that it's baffling that hardly any of his stuff is available on blu ray.
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Old 02-25-2021, 02:58 PM   #18909
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I agree. We need far more, he's such a powerful and influential director that it's baffling that hardly any of his stuff is available on blu ray.
I've found out that Potemkine Films in France has got all the Bresson films that have been released on blu-ray in the US or UK. The only one that Potemkine has but neither Criterion nor Artificial Eye has released "yet" is Le Procès de Jeanne d'Arc (The Trial of Joan of Arc). I hope that Criterion will release it sometime soon.

https://store.potemkine.fr/list-5795...obert-bresson/
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Old 02-25-2021, 04:08 PM   #18910
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I've found out that Potemkine Films in France has got all the Bresson films that have been released on blu-ray in the US or UK. The only one that Potemkine has but neither Criterion nor Artificial Eye has released "yet" is Le Procès de Jeanne d'Arc (The Trial of Joan of Arc). I hope that Criterion will release it sometime soon.

https://store.potemkine.fr/list-5795...obert-bresson/
All five Bresson films released on blu ray by Potemkine also have a lot of great and exclusive special features, but as a warning nothing is english friendly, not even the films.
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Old Yesterday, 12:33 PM   #18911
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I've found out that Potemkine Films in France has got all the Bresson films that have been released on blu-ray in the US or UK. The only one that Potemkine has but neither Criterion nor Artificial Eye has released "yet" is Le Procès de Jeanne d'Arc (The Trial of Joan of Arc). I hope that Criterion will release it sometime soon.

https://store.potemkine.fr/list-5795...obert-bresson/
Yes, Potemkine have quite a few, the country that has the most Bresson and is the most enthusiastic about his work is Japan. Not only do they have all the films that Pokemine have released, but they've got genuine HD restored versions of his late period colour films like Four Nights Of a Dreamer and Lancelot Du Lac.

Like Potemkine, there are no English friendly subtitles with the Japan releases and I suspect they are most likely region locked anyway.

I can't see Artificial Eye bothering to release his works since it's taken them over a decade to release two Bresson films and they're clearly not too interested in him so that leaves us with Criterion Collection UK.

Hopefully we can get L'Argent and Pickpocket ported over to the UK from the US like they did with Au Hasard Balthazar and Mouchette and then maybe they'll announced a WKW style boxset with all of his colour films, especially seeing how a few of them had recent restorations like A Gentle Woman and the aforementioned Four Nights of a Dreamer.

These are seriously long over due.
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Old Yesterday, 02:50 PM   #18912
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Will there be anymore Criterion announcments for May 2021 in UK , besides WKW boxset ?
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Old Yesterday, 04:10 PM   #18913
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Will there be anymore Criterion announcments for May 2021 in UK , besides WKW boxset ?
Last months announcements were on the 3rd of February. I assumed this was late because of a delay with the WKW set but perhaps they have moved their announcement date. Who knows? they would never tell us if they did.
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30% off Selected Criterion Campaign

https://www.zavvi.com/blu-ray-and-dv...ion/offer.list
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30% off Selected Criterion Campaign

https://www.zavvi.com/blu-ray-and-dv...ion/offer.list
O, please!

A mere ten titles, six of them digipacks, all of them discounted from the notional "RRP", which means the Scanavos clock in, after discount, at £19, and the digipacks at £29, plus postage.

I've had better "bargains" in Fortnum & Masons.
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Old Yesterday, 05:29 PM   #18916
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O, please!

A mere ten titles, six of them digipacks, all of them discounted from the notional "RRP", which means the Scanavos clock in, after discount, at £19, and the digipacks at £29, plus postage.

I've had better "bargains" in Fortnum & Masons.
The discount isn't applied automatically, you have to add the code at checkout. Including postage it comes to roughly £15 for the standard editions and £21-23ish for the digipacks. Not the biggest savings but it is cheaper than usual.
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O, please!

A mere ten titles, six of them digipacks, all of them discounted from the notional "RRP", which means the Scanavos clock in, after discount, at £19, and the digipacks at £29, plus postage.

I've had better "bargains" in Fortnum & Masons.
The RRP has always been shown on Zavvi and never actually priced at the RRP. It's irrelevant.

As such, a title such as Royal Tenenbaums is £13.29 after discount.

Only place it has been cheaper is when it was going for £10 / 3 for £30.

Free P&P if you have the RC thingy.
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30% off Selected Criterion Campaign

https://www.zavvi.com/blu-ray-and-dv...ion/offer.list
Hoping there's a more general HMV/Amazon/Zoom offer soon (though I noticed Zoom no longer list Criterion titles, so I wonder if they'll ever come back).
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