So no "qatsi" trilogy?

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  1. Tom Tsai

    Tom Tsai Supporting Actor

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    I just realized that the both Koyaanisqatsi and Powaqqatsi are released by MGM while the upcoming Naqoyqatsi is being released by Buena Vista. Does that mean trilogy boxsets of any kind is out of the question? Just want to make sure before I buy them separately.
     
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    I'd highly doubt a "trilogy" box will be released, due to the MGM/Buena Vista conflict. Also, if it hasn't been announced by now, it's probably not going to happen. It would be nice though.

    I say go ahead and buy these cinematic masterworks ASAP. I can't wait to see Naqoyqatsi, since I missed it in the theatre.
     
  3. Malcolm R

    Malcolm R Executive Producer

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    Never say never. Aren't the movies of the Baz Luhrmann "Red Curtain Trilogy" box from different studios?
     
  4. Dennis Nicholls

    Dennis Nicholls Lead Actor

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    The films of Stanley Kubrick are from different studios:

    Warners has most of them but Dr. Strangelove is Columbia/Tristar, Spartacus is Universal, and Paths of Glory is MGM. But the Warners and Columbia disks were sold together....
     
  5. Stephen_J_H

    Stephen_J_H All Things Film Junkie

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    Not to mention the numerous boxsets of the Terminator films sold over the years... all of these are from different studios!
     

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