Mulholland Drive with Scene Selection

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  1. Greg*go

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    I did a search on here, and could only find people complaining about the lack of Chapter Stops. Has anyone here gotten the Korean release of this movie? A friend of mine got it (he said it was cheaper then the U.S. release at $19) and it has Scene Selection, Film Highlights, Cast and Crew biographies and filmographies, Behind the Scenes clips, Photo Gallery, Music Video, Production Notes, & US Theatrical Trailer.
    There is a review about it here .
    The reviewer says that Universal rushed its U.S. release because of all the press the movie got with the Oscars, so they didn't have time to put the extra features on it. I'm not sure about the Scene Selections though. Apparently Lynch doesn't have any say over his creations with Starmax, across seas.
    This film is in NTSC and coded for all regions, so it'll play here. The reviewer also says...
     
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    The reason for the lack of chapter stops is that the director David Lynch wants people to watch his movies all the way through and therefore on the vast majority of his films they run continously.
     
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    I know why there are no chapter stops in the American release, I was simply stating that along with the special features, this release also has Scene Selections (some people would consider this a special feature for a Lynch movie). This has become a big selling point on Lynch forums that complained much more then people here did. I don't wish to make this another thread bashing Lynch for his decisions with his releases, just merely pointing out the advantages of this Korean release.

    Also, one big disadvantage is that it takes the movie 2 1/2 weeks for shipping since there is a surplus of U.S. buyers.
     
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    Anyone know if the Korean version is unaltered?

    Without getting too detailed, Lynch reportedly had Naomi Watts' uh, stuff :b "blurred" for the Region 1 release per her request.
     
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    I assume that Korean Mullholland DVD is not all region, correct?
     
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    How are the Behind The Scenes Clips?
     
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    Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the Korean version a bootleg?
     
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    No, the Korean version is legit.
     

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