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Old 04-28-04, 02:03 PM
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Question about Korean Altomedia box sets

Anyone have these sets? I just received the Fellini, the Truffaut, and the Herzog.

I bought them for myself and have since been reminded of a birthday I've forgotten that's approaching fast. One of them would be good for a gift. However, my friend doesn't have a region free player.

So, in short, I haven't opened these yet... can anyone tell me what regions the sets are?

The web site says Herzog and Fellini are all region and that the Truffaut is R3. Are these listings correct? I'd hate to give him something and then have to take it back because it won't play for him.

Also, does anyone have that Director Of 20th Century Documentary Collection? If so, can you describe it a bit better than koreandvds.com? Their site doesn't say much, not even how many discs it is. Is it short films? Interviews? Wha?

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Old 04-28-04, 10:14 PM
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The Fellini, the Truffaut, and the Herzog - these three dvds are region 3. (All of them)

And please refer to the following information about 20th Century Documentary Collection.


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* Luchino Viscontie
- Screen : Fullscreen 4:3 / NTSC
- Region Code : 3
- Sound : Dolby Digital Mono
- Language : Italian
- Subtitle : Korean, Japanese
- Running Time : Main Movie (60 Min) / Supplement (53 Min)

Scene Selection
1. Introduction
2. Youth
3. Join to the film
4. Ossessione
5. La terra trema
6. Bellissima
7. The Wanton Contessa
8. White night
9. Rocco and His Brothers
10. The Leopard
11. The Damned
12. Death in Venice


* Pier Paolo Pasolini
- Screen : Fullscreen 4:3 / NTSC
- Region Code : 3
- Sound : Dolby Digital Mono
- Language : Italian
- Subtitle : Korean, Japanese
- Running Time : Main Movie (50 Min) / Supplement (55 Min)

Scene Selection
1. His birth and growth
2. Age of cazalusa
3. His death
4. Friend
5. Zugainer
6. Medea
7. Trace of death
8. No hope


* Roberto Rossellini
- Screen : Fullscreen 4:3 / NTSC
- Region Code : 3
- Sound : Dolby Digital Mono
- Language : Italian
- Subtitle : Korean, Japanese
- Running Time : Main Movie (63 Min) / Supplement (58 Min)

Scene Selection
1. Introduction
2. Cinema in the middle of WW2
3. Open City
4. Maiori
5. Hollywood, Ingrid Bergman
6. Concerned about Mythology
7. Series of Italian history
8. Path of his films
9. Messiah and his dream


* Vittorio De Sica
- Screen : Fullscreen 4:3 / NTSC
- Region Code : 3
- Sound : Dolby Digital Mono
- Language : Italian
- Subtitle : Korean, Japanese
- Running Time : Main Movie (55 Min) / Supplement (52 Min)

Scene Selection
1. Introduciton
2. Neorealism
3. Miracle in Milan
4. Umberto D.
5. General Rovere
6. Work with Sophia Loren
7. A crisis of Italian cinema
8. Latter half
9. Because I...
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Old 04-28-04, 10:21 PM
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Eric,

Thanks for the information.

Like a kid in a candy store, I couldn't wait to find out and ended up opening the sets. You're correct about the Herzog and the Truffaut, but not the Fellini. It's all region even though the cases indicate R3.

Thanks for the info about the Director series. Though I won't be buying it as nothing's in English (or subbed).

Thanks!

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Old 04-29-04, 03:11 AM
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Hey mensachicken,
Can you tell me if "A Self-Potrait Of Federico Fellini" has English subs?

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It does. However, the other docu on that disc, Fellini Passed in the Memory, is in Italian with no English subtitles.

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