Details for German “Aviator” Special Edition

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  1. ChristianLiemke

    ChristianLiemke Stunt Coordinator

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    Buena Vista will release Martin Scorsese’s “The Aviator” in Germany on June 9th 2005 as a 2-DVD-set:

    - 2.35:1 anamorphic
    - Audio: English DD 5.1 + German DD 5.1 + German dts 5.1
    - Subtitles: German, English, English for the hearing impaired

    DISC 1
    - Audio commentary with Martin Scorsese

    DISC 2
    - Additional scenes
    - The Making of Aviator
    - How Howard Hughes revolutionized the aviation
    - US-History Channel documentary “Modern Miracles – Howard Hughes”
    - The Obsession of Howard Hughes
    - A conversation with the filmmakers and Howard Hughes’ widow
    - An evening with Leonardo DiCaprio and Alan Alda

    Behind-the-scenes:
    - The visual effects of Aviator
    - The art direction of Aviator: The work of Dante Ferretti
    - The costumes by Sandy Powell
    - Makup and hairdressing in Aviator
    - The music by composer Howard Shore
    - A musical family: Loudon, Rufus and Martha Wainwright

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  2. Dan Hitchman

    Dan Hitchman Cinematographer

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    Looks great, but too bad the DTS track isn't in English as it's the original language. Wonder if the Miramax release in the U.S. will have a shitty transfer as is their want. [​IMG]

    Are there any special editions of "Wings of Desire" with DTS German track and English subs?

    Dan
     
  3. Frank M

    Frank M Stunt Coordinator

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    No. The German "Wings of Desire" special edition has only a Dolby Digital 5.1 track and german subtitles.
     
  4. CraigL

    CraigL Screenwriter

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    Yeah, wonder if we'll get DTS here. The movie isn't screaming for it, but it'd be nice [​IMG]
     
  5. Julian Lalor

    Julian Lalor Supporting Actor

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    The R1 release is from Warners Bros, not Miramax, so they'll be no DTS. However, you can at least be assured a decent transfer, unlike Scorsese's last effort.
     

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