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Old 03-07-04, 12:47 AM
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Dardenne Brothers' THE SON (cover/specs)

Here's the coverwork for the upcoming Dardenne Brothers film The Son. Set for release on May 25 by New Yorker Video.
For those with a short memory the Dardennes were responsible for the beautiful Rosetta (which also won a number of awards at Cannes)



if you are region free the film has been available in Europe for awhile now...but it is nice to see it finally come to the US.

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I'm eager to see this again. What are the specs?
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Good, although their previous effort, rosetta was better.
And it's not on region 1 dvd, dammit.
New yorker is a bad distributor. They take forever to get their releases out and tend to overlook some of the best ones.
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Great film!

I like that cover but prefer the French/Dutch one (which is slightly changed for the UK DVD -subtle, but very important change).

UK based people can get this great film on a 2 DVD for 9.99 (US$18) from www.play.com

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Originally posted by Sunday Morning
Good, although their previous effort, rosetta was better.
And it's not on region 1 dvd, dammit.
New yorker is a bad distributor. They take forever to get their releases out and tend to overlook some of the best ones.
are you region free? If yes the Euro version of Rosetta (I shall say the British verison) comes with La Promesse and it offers a great audio/video quality....



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Originally posted by msbailey
I'm eager to see this again. What are the specs?
per dvdempire-

Special Features:

Scene Selections
Original Theatrical Trailer
Interview With the Dardenne Brothers
Interview With Olivier Gourmet
Still Gallery
Filmographies
Rosetta and La Promesse Trailers
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Originally posted by pro-bassoonist
are you region free? If yes the Euro version of Rosetta (I shall say the British verison) comes with La Promesse and it offers a great audio/video quality....
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Oh, i'm region free. I just meant generally. Since it's one of the best and most well recieved films in their library, you would think it would be available.
Good call on that region 2 dvd. Good stuff.
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