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3 Days of the Condor [ Blu-Ray ] [ 1975 ]
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1080p High Definition Widescreen 2.25:1 - DTS-HD Master Audio - & LTRT DTS Master Audio Dutch Release - Audio : English / French / Castellano / German - Subtitles : Dutch / English / French / Castellano / German / Norwegian / Suomi / Sweish ( optional ) - extra's : something about sydney pollack / more about the condor / cia secret wars [ undercover operations with William Karel / movie commentary / trailer
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I have only recently moved over from DVD to BluRay, but in comparison to the Region 1 DVD edition I have of this film, the difference in quality is quite dramatic; the 40-year-old print looks superb, with terrific sharpness and depth of field thanks to the higher resolution. The extras are nice too, and include a 2001 documentary about director Sydney Pollack, where we get to see the director talking about the varied range of films that he's helmed over the decades, along with an informative interview with critic Sheldon Hall about THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR itself, during which he discusses the film's stature among other similar films of its era like THE PARALLAX VIEW (1974) and Redford's other great gem of the period, ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN (1976).
THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR stands a great addition to Eureka's MASTERS OF CINEMA series, and it has certainly sold this film-lover on the virtues of the BluRay experience. Long may Eureka continue to deliver releases like this.
This is for the Masters of Cinema Bluray/DVD:
This presentation Bluray & DVD combination actually has the same contents on each disc, so you can play one in your old DVD player in the kitchen or bedroom and the Bluray in your lounge with your awesome sound system (plays in Stereo & 5.1). It is, of course presented in its original 2.35:1 aspect ratio, so you get the full picture you got in the cinema. Cool.
The extras on this film are sparse but good, with a retrospect of director Sydney Pollack's career showing just how eclectic but reliable he was in his career (60 mins); also a short documentary (22 mins) with film historian Sheldon Hall about the genesis of the film, or the film that never was; and the original theatrical trailer (3 mins); and lastly a 32 booklet (which I'll admit I haven't yet read).
It's altogether a very classy package and I think only really missing one element: There's no commentary on the film. I understand that there can't be a director's commentary, but I'm sure a film historian or critic could have filled in if not Redford himself. I am though still very pleased with the package as a whole.
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I wonder if the new US administration has such a clandestine operation?