Manufacturer: Cohen Media Group
Brand: E1 ENTERTAINMENT
Cohen Film Collection is proud to present three films (The Disenchanted, A Single Girl and Keep It Quiet) by award-winning director BenoÃ®t Jacquot (FAREWELL MY QUEEN, THREE HEARTS). Each presented here for the first time in sparkling new high definition remasterings, these three films showcase Jacquot's sensitivity and mastery of directing some of France's leading actresses. A Single GirlBLU-RAY FEATURES: - Feature length audio commentary by critics Wade Major and Tim Cogshell- On-camera discussion between director BenoÃ®t Jacquot and Kent Jones- Theatrical re-release trailer Keep It QuietBLU-RAY FEATURES: - Feature length audio commentary by critics Wade Major and Tim Cogshell- On-camera discussion between director BenoÃ®t Jacquot and Kent Jones- Theatrical re-release trailer The Disenchanted BLU-RAY FEATURES: - Feature length audio commentary by critics Wade Major and Tim Cogshell- On-camera discussion between director BenoÃ®t Jacquot and Kent Jones- Theatrical re-release trailer
Mainland master Jia Zhangke (A Touch of Sin) scales new heights with Mountains May Depart. Starring the luminous Zhao Tao, the film is both an intimate drama and a decades-spanning epic about how China's capitalist experiment has affected the lives of one splintered family, leaping in time from the past to the present to the speculative near-future. Jia's new film is an intensely moving study of how China's economic boom and the culture of materialism it has spawned has affected the bonds of family, tradition, and love.Bonus Features: English Subtitles, Closed Captions, 5.1 Surround Sound, Booklet Essay by Aliza Ma, New York Film Festival: A Conversation with Jia Zhangke (73 min., courtesy of Film Society of Lincoln Center), Trailer
Toshiro Mifune. A Japanese detective descends into a criminal underworld to find his missing gun-and the killer who's been using it. Directed by Akira Kurosawa. In Japanese with English subtitles. 1949/b&w/122 min/NR/fullscreen.
"My father says that Korea is the most beautiful country... Korea is the land of the rising sun," says eight-year-old schoolgirl Zin-mi. Despite continuous interference by government handlers, director Vitaly Mansky still managed to document life in Pyongyang, North Korea in this fascinating portrait of one girl and her parents in the year as she prepares to join the Korean Children's Union on the 'Day Of The Shining Star' (Kim Jong-Il's birthday). As the family receives instruction on how to be the ideal patriots, Mansky's watchful camera capture details from comrades struggling to stay awake during an official event to Zin-mi's tears at a particularly grueling dance lesson.