Talk to Her...which version?

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  1. Tom Tsai

    Tom Tsai Supporting Actor

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    I was thinking about ordering this dvd and I found that DVDsoon.com listed two versions.

    This one is the recently announced one by Columbia/Tristar
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    The other one is listed as a part of the Signature Selection...but it's from Seville.
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    I can't find any info on this second version and it's not listed on any online store website I know. At first I thought it was a mistake by DVDsoon but then I checked DVD Profiler and they too have two versions listed. Both are slated for 5/27.

    Anyone know the differences between the two?
     
  2. Tom Tsai

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    yeah, I realized that...but I don't know what the supplements are. The Columbia/Tristar version is also being distributed in Canada.
     
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    As seen on www.dvdenfrancais.com

    Séville: C'est le 27 mai que Séville offrira en DVD, pour le marché québécois, son édition de Hable con ella (Talk to Her). Cette édition offrira deux suppléments de plus que celle Columbia Tristar et option de sous-titrage pour la piste de commentaires audio. Ainsi donc l'image sera présentée au format respecté de 2.35:1 d'après un transfert 16:9 (identique à celui utlisé par Columbia Tristar). Nous trouverons la bande sonore originale espagnole (Dolby Digital 5.1) ainsi qu'un doublage français (Dolby Digital 5.1). Il y aura option de sous-titrage en anglais et français. Les suppléments se composeront d'une piste de commentaires audio animée par le réalisateur (option de sous-titrage en anglais et fraçais), une entrevue avec le réalisateur (8 mins.), une galerie de photographies (de Almodovar) et une galerie de bande-annonces.
    Source: DVDenfrancais.com

    In short, the seville edition will have Commentary with Director (with english+french subtitles), interview with almodovar (8 mins), gallery and Trailer. Spanish 5.1 and no english dub on the Seville just french dub.
     
  4. Tom Tsai

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    Wow, thanks for the info. Does it mention whether it's a Quebec only release or if it's for the whole Canada? I don't mind the missing English dub since I won't listen to that anyways. It does have English subtitles right?

    EDIT: nevermind, I think it says in there that it does...my rusty highschool French at work [​IMG]
     
  5. Tom Tsai

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    so has anyone received this dvd? can you compare the transfer please? Thanks!
     
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    So, has anyone done a comparison of these two versions yet? I'm leaning towards getting the US version, but Seville has released some excellent transfers lately, so I'm not sure.
     
  8. Tom Tsai

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    As far as I know, the Seville version has more extras and Seville usually does good transfers. A comparison would be nice though...just to be sure.
     

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