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Magnificent Ambersons

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by PatWahlquist, Sep 4, 2002.

  1. PatWahlquist

    PatWahlquist Supporting Actor

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    I seem to recall that a French version of this was available. Can anyone tell me where to find it and who may ship to the US.

    Thanks!
    Pat
     
  2. Hendrik

    Hendrik Supporting Actor

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    ...this is it
    ...available, for instance, from cinéstore...
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  3. PatWahlquist

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    Great! Unfortunately I don't speak French. Do they ship to the States?

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  4. Julian Lalor

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    www.amazon.fr is probably your best bet - they ship internationally. The DVD has some interesting supplements, some of which are in English, some (even from US critics) in French only.
     
  5. Mark_vdH

    Mark_vdH Screenwriter

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    It's a nice package.
    The most interesting supplement is a Welles audio interview by Peter Bogdanovich (52 min). Though it is played over segments of the movie, it's not screen specific.
    Other supplements are:
    -Two video interviews (with Jean Douchet and Bill Krohn) that last about 20 min each, but are in French.
    -The trailer, which is in English.
    -Biographies and a nice booklet, in French.
    Both Amazon.fr and Cinestore ship to the U.S., but I believe Cinestore's shipping costs are higher (about €15 to the states).
    Anyway, try to get all-time classic Rules Of The Game (La Règle du Jeu) with it. It's from the same company, and is fully enjoyable for English viewers (even down to the menus).
     

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