Cul-De-Sac: Digitally ed 
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Wounded criminal Dickie (Lionel Stander) and his dying partner are on the run after an unsuccessful heist. They take refuge at a beachfront castle owned by George and Teresa (Donald Pleasence and Françoise Dorléac), who at first are unwilling hosts to the criminals. Dickie has no difficulty dominating the weak-willed George and his compliant wife and holds them hostage in their own home as they wait for the arrival of the mysterious Mr. Kattlebach. Teresa proves more resourceful than her husband as they try to come up with a plan for escaping their captor. Extensive extras include Making Of Featurette , Stills Gallery, Trailer & Roman Polanski South Bank Show Excerpt
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Two gangsters and an island - a video about the problems making the film with Director, producers and cinematographer. 24 mins.
The Nomad - an interview with Polanski. 28 mins.
Two trailers - 6 mins.
Last but not least an informative 16 page booklet about the film by David Thompson.
I love this film and miss Françoise Dorleac who died far too young.
Not a film for everyone but you might like it.
The castle it's self is like something out of a fairytale and Polanski's return here for Macbeth can be well appreciated. The inside of the castle is more or less as it was in 1965 when Polanski filmed Cul- de -Sac, and sitting in the kitchen gives you a definite feeling of déjà vu. The three overturned boats seen outside the castle are still there, although two have been replaced with newer examples. The only downside to this visit was that only two of the national trust staff who were in attendance that day had actually seen the film, one told me she had not seen it because people had said it was awful and hard to understand!!! Anyway, that aside, this was a very interesting visit to Lindisfarne and we finished the day off by experiencing the tide come over the causeway as dusk began to fall.