Special and Limited Edition Blu-ray Releases of Andrzej Zulawski's Possession Detailed
Independent U.S. distributors Mondo Vision have revealed additional details about their upcoming Blu-ray release of controversial director Andrzej Zulawski's Possession (1981), starring Isabelle Adjani, Sam Neill, Margit and Margit Carstensen. The releases are expected to arrive on the U.S. market later this year.
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LIMITED EDITION BLU-RAY RELEASE
DISC 1: THE FEATURE FILM
Digitally Restored 1080p HD Transfer Approved by Director Andrzej Zulawski [124min]
EXTRAS: [4 Hr. 8 Mins.] [All extras except commentary come with Optional English Subtitles in White or Yellow]
The Other Side of The Wall: The Making of POSSESSION [52min]
Audio Commentary with Director Andrzej Zulawski [124min]
Video Interview with Director Andrzej Zulawski [36min]
Video Interview with Translator Eric Veaux [22min]
Theatrical Trailer [3min]
More from Mondo Vision [11min] [collection of 4 trailers from Andrzej Zulawski films]:
La Femme Publique
L'important C'est Da'imer
Disc 2: SOUNDTRACK CD [Digitally Remastered]
This complete 32 track CD consists of all the music composed for the film, plus additional outtakes that did not make the final cut. Track 32 is a Bonus Track and exclusive to this MONDO VISION edition.
84-page Commemorative Booklet – Content rich including 4 Exclusive Essays + Rare and Insightful Archival Essays & Interviews (retranslated and published for the first time ever in English) + Rare Photos and Artwork.
POSSESSION: A Brief Review By Tom Huddleston, TIME OUT (2012)
God Figured as a Public Whore Gone Crazy: Notes on Andrzej Zulawski's POSSESSION (1981), An Essay By Daniel Bird (2009)
POSSESSION: An Essay By Jeremiah Kipp (2011)
Pink Socks and Monsters: Excess in Andrzej Zulawski's POSSESSION: An Essay By Todd Garbarini (2010)
"Cinema Superactivity": Extracts From An Interview With Andrzej Zulawski — By Daniel Bird & Stephen Thrower (Spring 1998)
Double Apocalypse in Berlin: POSSESSION: By Max Tessier (1981)
Doubles Working in Concert (POSSESSION): By Hubert Niogret (1981)
POSSESSION by Andrzej Zulawski: By Max Tessier (1981)
POSSESSION, Andrzej Zulawski: By Carine Varčne (1981)
The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters: By Stephen Thrower (1998)
8 [ 5x7 ] U.S. Lobby Card Reproductions Inside Custom Envelope
5 [ 4x6 ] Exclusive Art Cards [ Original Paintings Courtesy of French Artist Jean-Philippe Guigou ]
1 Japanese Movie Flyer Reproduction
Individually Numbered Certificate Of Authenticity With Unique Serial # [Only 2000 Individually Numbered Sets Produced]
This edition of POSSESSION features a fully illustrated matte laminated Hardcover Box with magnetic enclosure + a separate Hardcover Slipcase with die-cut window. The slipcase is fully wrapped with import European blue velvet. The die-cut window reveals the original poster art from the magnetic box once the slipcase is on. Silver hot stamping is used throughout the packaging to highlight the title and the credits. Inside of the magnetic box features a foldout matte laminated 6-panel digipak, shiny black trays to hold the Discs + a Hardcover magnetic pocket to store the 84pg booklet and the remaining contents. The silver hot stamping theme is carried throughout the inside. This is our biggest Limited Edition yet, with a shipping weight of 2 pounds (0.91kg) and the following dimensions:
In Inches: 7.7" (H) x 6.1" (W) x 1.67" (D)
In Millimeters: 195 (H) x 155 (W) x 42 (D)
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