Goin' South (Limited Edition) 4K UHD MediaBook (US Import)

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Goin' South (Limited Edition) 4K UHD MediaBook (US Import)

Cinématographe (Vinegar Syndrome)

Título original: Goin' South

Año: 1978
Pais:
USA
Código de región:
4K UHD: A/B/C; Blu-Ray: A
Contenido: 
4k UHD + Blu-Ray
EAN: 814456029160

Imagen:
1.85:1 (2160p)

HDR: -

Audio: English DTS-HD Master Audio 1.0 Mono

Subtítulos: English SDH

Calificación por edades: PG

Género: Western

Reparto: Jack Nicholson, Mary Steenburgen, Christopher Lloyd, John Belushi, Veronica Cartwright, Danny DeVito

Director: Jack Nicholson


Sinopsis:

Henry Moon (Jack Nicholson, Chinatown) is a cut-rate outlaw in post-Civil War Texas, convicted of bank robbery and property theft. Moon is sentenced to death by hanging in the town of Longhorn, a town that maintains an ordinance allowing for any condemned man to be freed from the gallows via marriage. Julia Tate (Mary Steenburgen, Clifford), a quiet virginal young woman with a secret gold mine, saves Moon from the gallows in an attempt to exploit him for free labor. With Moon intent on consummating his marriage to a virgin bride and Tate seeking to mine her hidden fortune, the two embark on an equally combative, comedic, relationship in the Old West.

The sophomore feature directorial effort from Jack Nicholson, following his counterculture comedy Drive, He Said in 1971, GOIN’ SOUTH is a commonly overlooked entry in Nicholson’s repertoire as an actor and filmmaker. Featuring gorgeous photography from noted cinematographer Néstor Almendros (Days of Heaven) and a talented comedic cast including John Belushi (Animal House), Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future), Danny DeVito (Wise Guys) and Ed Begley Jr. (Blue Collar), Cinématographe is proud to present Jack Nicholson’s wild western comedy on blu-ray and UHD for the first time in the world from a brand new 4K restoration of its original camera negative!

Extras:

      • Region Free UHD/Region A Blu-ray
      • New audio commentary with film critic Simon Abrams
      • Néstor Almendros: A Man with a Camera -- a new video essay by historian Samm Deighan 
      • Jack of Three Trades: In Focus on Nicholson the Director -- a new video essay by historian Daniel Kremer
      • New written essays by Jack Nicholson biographer Marc Eliot and film critic Chris Shields
      • English SDH subtitles

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