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Old 06-06-03, 12:13 AM
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Is there a Delicatessen dvd available?

I was just wondering if anyone knew of somewhere I might be able to obtain a copy of Delicatessen on dvd. Preferably in ntsc.
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Only in region 2.
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... and not at all NTSC.
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... but very good indeed!
Old 06-06-03, 09:15 AM
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...and cheap! I got mine from cd-wow a few months ago for I believe, 8 dollars.

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Old 06-06-03, 02:14 PM
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hmm, I don't see it available on cd-wow any more Pal is no big problem, I just have to watch it on another tv...
If anyone knows where I can buy it besides ebay, I'd appreciate it as I don't know of any good places to get non region 1 stuff.
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I got mine from CD Wow for a great price too. You can get if from Benson's World for 9.99 pounds which seems to be a good price now. It seems to be 19.99 everwhere else.
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...category=18843 Is this the same thing? becasue if there's an "uncut" version that's what I'd like to have
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There is a Korean All Region NTSC available... Unfortunately, the only subtitles are in Korean...

http://www.pokerindustries.com/poker...DELICATEKO-DVD
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Wasn't Jean-Pierre Jeunet upset with how the film looks on the R2 DVD? I thought I recalled reading some where that he thought the film looked too dark.
Old 06-10-03, 03:10 PM
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Originally posted by reallyill
If anyone knows where I can buy it besides ebay, I'd appreciate it as I don't know of any good places to get non region 1 stuff.
There's always the obvious, www.amazon.co.uk and amazon.fr. Use amazon.co.uk if you can only read English, the entire amazon.fr site is in Freedom.
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Reviving this thread from the grave . . .

Anyone heard anything recently?
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Originally Posted by talemyn
Reviving this thread from the grave . . .

Anyone heard anything recently?
http://www.dvdtalk.com/forum/showthr...t=delicatessen

http://www.twitchfilm.net/archives/2004/11/reaction_to_a_v.html

from Twitchfilm.net .. with all confirming aside .. "The first questioner started by thanking the director for focusing on hope, a sentiment that was echoed by many in the audience still stinging from our Hawkish election results here stateside. He then asked if there were any plans to release Delicatessen(1991) on DVD.

Jeunet's answer was.... YES!! A new print has been struck and he is in the process of helping Miramax get it ready. No word on Special Features."

Miramax .. great !!!! . Can only imagine how that will turn out.
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Super! I sold my PAL copy a while back... looking forward to the new release, hopefully with more extras!
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Sounds good, if Jeunet's behind the new print and the DVD.
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Originally Posted by visitor Q
http://www.dvdtalk.com/forum/showthr...t=delicatessen

http://www.twitchfilm.net/archives/2004/11/reaction_to_a_v.html

from Twitchfilm.net .. with all confirming aside .. "The first questioner started by thanking the director for focusing on hope, a sentiment that was echoed by many in the audience still stinging from our Hawkish election results here stateside. He then asked if there were any plans to release Delicatessen(1991) on DVD.

Jeunet's answer was.... YES!! A new print has been struck and he is in the process of helping Miramax get it ready. No word on Special Features."

Miramax .. great !!!! . Can only imagine how that will turn out.
Very good news!! Thanks for pointing it out.

Missed it in my search . . . I had only looked in DVD Talk and didn't see anything in any of the threads that came up.
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Lions Gate is releasing a special edition of this on 8-26-08. List price s $19.98.

Here is the rather nice cover art:
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I wonder how that version picture above will differ from the US release from May 2, 2006. Nice cover art though, the 2006 US release had a bunch of stars across the top and a critic quote I think.
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I would double dip on this, especially if it gets a Blu release as well.
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With so many titles left abandoned by these studios it almost boggles the mind why a rerelease of this obscure French gem is necessary. Not that I'm complaining, just never saw it coming.

Might finally be time to dump off my old PAL release ...
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The current release is still available, features will probably be the same on the new version for a single disc sub $20 msrp, but the cover art is much nicer

http://www.amazon.com/Delicatessen-E...2772034&sr=1-1
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Originally Posted by clckworang
I would double dip on this, especially if it gets a Blu release as well.
Jeunet is the one director I'm most excited about for blu-ray. Cannot wait for his films to be released.
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Awesome news!! I have the R2 release and never found a really good price on the R1. I'd love to get it on Blu-ray, but would settle for a decent SE. Hopefully, none of the features from the previous R1 release will drop off.
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Originally Posted by Oliver Clothesoff
Jeunet is the one director I'm most excited about for blu-ray. Cannot wait for his films to be released.
Nice name
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Originally Posted by Oliver Clothesoff
Jeunet is the one director I'm most excited about for blu-ray. Cannot wait for his films to be released.
All of his films look incredible. But can you imagine how much Amelie would just pop off the screen? Now you have me even more on the Jeunet bandwagon!

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