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Der mit dem Wolf tanzt (Directors Cut) (DVD)
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With this Blu-ray you don't have to accept the MUCH shorter runtime, inferior in my opinion. Blu-ray which is STILL sold in the UK despite the superior Director's Cut also being available on Blu-ray with extras (when the UK disc has none).
So, the film runtime is just short of 4hrs, compared to the 'standard' film-length of 3hrs and 1 minute or so !
Plus, it is also now available as 2-disc Anniversary Edition, which adds the choice of the 'original' Theatrical Cut and even more extras, such as featurettes - you can also get it as a steelbook (which is what I now have, originally I had this 1-disc version).
Both have an English soundtrack with no forced German subtitles to worry about (and English subtitles appear when Native-Americans speak in the movie !) - so all you have to 'tolerate' is the German writing on the disc box, disc and disc menus.
Both the 1 AND later 2-disc editions are available here on Amazon and 'elsewhere' of course....
Both share the same first disc with the MUCH longer Director's Cut in HD, with a thumping DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 ENGLISH soundtrack AND extras, the main ones being 2 x commentaries (in English).
The bizarre thing is that the 2-disc can often be bought for less than the earlier 1-disc edition ! One oddity is that the discs are labelled the wrong way around though....
Here's the Amazon link to the 2-disc steelbook (Director's Cut and Theatrical Cut, more extras) :
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In truth whist lying injured he'd heard a surgeon say that his injuries that he'd
sustained would mean that he'd loose a foot, the act of bravery could well
have been a suicide bid.
Highly thought of (still with both feet) 'John' asks for a 'frontier' posting, he
wants to see the lands before the inevitable progress of the white-man.
The Post he's assigned to turns out to be run down and obviously un-manned
for some time, doing his duty he try's to bring some order to the post.
Time passes, his only companions are his loyal-horse and a lone-wolf he
befriends calling it 'Two-socks'
Eventually as time passes he has contact with the 'Sioux' who are at first wary
'John' however 'Holy-man' 'Kicking-Bird' believes the lone soldier to have a
A white woman who has lived among the tribe since childhood ('Stand with a Fist')
is persuaded by 'Kicking-Bird' to help communication between 'John' and himself,
though of course 'Stand with a Fist' had forgotten much of the language she had
learnt as a child.
As time passes a friendship and trust between 'John' and the 'Sioux' develops.
Because 'Braves' had seen 'John' with 'Two-Socks' they give him an honorary 'Sioux'
name, 'Dances with Wolves' a name he would carry with pride.
The Lieutenant was fast becoming more 'Sioux' than soldier which when an army
patrol finally reaches his 'post' becomes somewhat of a problem.
This is a brilliant 'Western-Classic' worthy of it's 'Seven-Oscars' received.
I hadn't seen this for several years, it was well worth the re-visit.
Easily playable in it's original language form.
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Excellent quality , good for use in UK . . just choose English language setting . Am please I got it for the special price £19. Read morePublished 29 days ago by P Allerton