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Old 03-04-03, 03:54 AM
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Kurosawa's Dreams (Yume) Review

Here is the DVD File review:

http://www.dvdfile.com/software/revi..._6/dreams.html


I have not seen Dreams in a long time and I am looking forward to owning this DVD.


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Sorry to be a pedant, but it is Yume - although the imagery is rather delicious
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Strange movie, haven't seen it in a while - but do remember not really liking the Van Gogh dream. Liked the soldier and the tunnel one though (even though it didn't make much sense to me when I first saw it).
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I have giddily been waiting for this to come out on dvd since I got my player 4 years ago. It cannot come in the mail soon enough. I have not been able to bring myself to watch my dub complete with macrovision in a long time, lol. I love the last story the best.
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"giddily" ? ...ever since you got your player "4 years ago" ? ...really ? ...that's an awfully long time to remain giddy !...

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I purchased the R2 version (which appears to be exactly the same as the R1 in every respect) and it was almost all that I hoped for. If I had to change one thing it would have been to include a remixed DD5.1 platform as opposed to the DD2.0 that's presented. Other than that the presentation is pretty stellar.
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Originally posted by Hendrik
"giddily" ? ...ever since you got your player "4 years ago" ? ...really ? ...that's an awfully long time to remain giddy !...

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yeah well my apartment is crappy and I probably unavoidably inhale a lot of fumes and chemicals......
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Got the region 2 and it is great. I didn't want to wait. Everyone should own it...
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