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July 24, 2008


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Owain Wilson

I must confess to not knowing anything about this film, but that image has completely captured my imagination.



Honestly, the title sums up my feelings towards the picture overall, but it's worth seeing once.


FYI: http://www.criterion.com/blu-rayannounce.html



Forgive me for intruding, Glenn, but I was wondering what you made of this.

I know the article is ridiculously long and self-indulgent, but there seems to be a legit chain here. Of course, this raises the question of whether or not somebody's going to steal the damn print.


The prospect of Le Mepris in Hi-Def is the first time switching to Blu-Ray has appealed to me; especially given that Criterion's DVD of the movie is probably the best release of a canonical Godard available...

Of all films, I'd imagine that those great 'Scope films from the 50s & 60s probably would benefit most from Hi-Def transfers...here's hoping versions of L'Avventura and La Dolce vita start arriving soon...

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