Tri-Color Trilogy R0 - anamorphic, now available...

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  1. Gary Tooze

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    Hey,

    The following are available in Region 0 etc. from pokerindustries.com in New Jersey.

    Tri-Colors, Andre Rublev, Sonatine, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears...

    Blue, Red, White and anamorphic... Sonatine is for Regions 1, 2 or 3...

    Rublev is a two disc set, Region 3 only (looks like the RusCiCo)...

    All are around $25 each...

    Cheers,
    Gary
     
  2. Brian Lawrence

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    Are these PAL or NTSC?
     
  3. Gary Tooze

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    NTSC

    audio: French
    subtitles(removable): English / Korean

    region: All

    Special Features:
    Anamorphic Widescreen (16:9); Dolby Digital 5.1; Interivews; Kieslowski Masterclasses; Trailers; Making of Featurettes (2)
     
  4. Jeff Adkins

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    Read here for an ongoing discussion of the Korean Three Colours Trilogy DVD box.
    Jeff
     
  5. Marc Colella

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    Is there anywhere in Canada I can order this from?

    $75.99 U.S. translates into roughly $120 CAD before shipping... and that doesn't include the risk of incurring border/duty charges (which could tack on another $20 CAD).

    A little too pricey, and I'm not sure I wanna wait for Miramax to release this.
    I know the Korean disc's extras don't provide English subtitles, but if Miramax releases this barebones - then it really doesn't make much of a difference.
     
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  7. Gary Tooze

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    Marc, avoid these Korean releases...
    Artificial Eye Region 2 Pal vs. Paraent (Paradise Entertainment ) Korean - Region 0 - NTSC
    If my sources are correct and we have triple checked them... then the Korean Tri-Color Trilogy ( Kieslowski, Blue, White and Red ) may be anamorphic, but they are definitely NOT in the correct aspect ratio (1.85:1) . They have taken the original and vertically squeezed it (somewhere in the neighbourhood of 1.78 to 1.66 :1 ), as well as the Extras not having English subtitles. So unless you want to see the characters longer and thinner than intended, avoid these Korean Region 0 releases... and get a Region-free player or wait till they come out in R1.
    You can see the captures for yourself with Blue as my first example at:
    http://www.compare.dvdbeaver.com/
    Regards,
     

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