Senior HTF Member
- Oct 28, 2003
- Norfolk, VA
- Real Name
- Dana Martin
Both sets are MUST buys BRAVO KINO!!!! By the way KINO has "The Holly And The Ivy" on sale for 7.99 on dvd - it really is a great XMAS movie and a joy to watch the great cast! XMAS is coming fast!I look forward to both announced sets. Seems like there is a film noir home festival in my future.
well you are more than welcome to join us inI look forward to both announced sets. Seems like there is a film noir home festival in my future.
I remember Singapore being released only on VHS.Volume VI and Volume VII sets are must buys for me. Psyched that Singapore is finally get a release (I do NOT believe it was ever released on DVD, let alone blu-ray in North America). Raging Tide and Johnny Stool Pigeon also never released. And The Boss will presumably be getting its first release in its proper OAR. An underrated, hard-hitting drama as much as a noir.
One of the very few Robert Mitchum films I've never seen.Coming January 11th from CODE RED & Kino Lorber!
Maria’s Lovers (1984)
• NEW Interview with Actor John Savage
• NEW Interview with Actor Vincent Spano
• Theatrical Trailer
• Reversible Art
• Optional English Subtitles
Color 109 Minutes 1.85:1 Rated R
Nastassja Kinski (Cat People), John Savage (The Deer Hunter), John Goodman (Barton Fink), Robert Mitchum (The Yakuza) and Keith Carradine (The Long Riders) star in this war-torn love story that breaks the eroticism barrier with an astonishing directness. When her teenage sweetheart Ivan (Savage) returns home from WWII, Maria (Kinski) eagerly accepts his marriage proposal, looking forward to a lifetime of happiness. But her joy is short-lived when Ivan’s dark past shrouds their wedding night in misery, driving a wedge between them that neither knows how to remove. Confused and depressed, Maria attempts to mend her true love’s heart despite the advances of other suitors. But when a traveling musician (Carradine) hits the right note, Maria struggles to justify her unfulfilling life. Is her passion too powerful to be contained within the sanctity of marriage? Kinski gives a radiant performance in this compelling and provocative drama from renowned director Andrei Konchalovsky (Siberiade, Runaway Train).
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Dunne and Boyer made on-screen magic in each of their three film pairings. Ecstatic that Kino will bring us When Tomorrow Comes! With the recent Criterion announcement regarding Love Affair, especially excited all diehard fans and new fans will be able to experience TWO of this screen duo's films more easily, and might I add, more beautifully.Coming Soon on Blu-ray!
Brand New 2K Master!
When Tomorrow Comes (1939) Starring Irene Dunne & Charles Boyer – Shot by John K. Mescall (The Bride of Frankenstein) – Directed by John M. Stahl (Leave Her to Heaven).
We confirmed this title a few weeks ago - this is the official announcement.
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