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Napoleon (3 - disc Blu-ray set)
A film by Abel Gance
Music composed and conducted by Carl Davis
Marking a new chapter in the history of one of the world's greatest films, the release of Abel Gance's Napoleon is the culmination of a project spanning 50 years. Digitally restored by the BFI National Archive and Academy Award-winning film historian Kevin Brownlow, this cinematic triumph is available to experience on Blu-ray for the very first time
Originally conceived by Gance as the first of six films about Napoleon, this five-and-a-half-hour epic features full-scale historical creations of episodes from his personal and political life, that see Bonaparte overcome fierce rivals and political machinations to seal his imperial destiny.
Utilising a number of groundbreaking cinematic techniques, Napoleon is accompanied by Carl Davis monumental score (newly recorded in 7.1), and offers one of the most thrilling experiences in the entire history of film.
- New 2K restoration
- The Charm of Dynamite (Kevin Brownlow, 1968, 51 mins): BBC documentary on Glance's silent films, narrated by Lindsay Anderson
- Composing Napoleon-An Interview with Carl Davis) (2016, 45 mins)
- Feature-length commentary by Paul Cuff
- Napoleon digital restoration featurette (2016, 5 mins)
- Stills and Special Collections Gallery
- Alternative single-screening ending
- Individual triptych panel presentations
- Illustrated 36-page book with writing by Paul Cuff, Kevin Brownlow and Hervé Dumont, an interview with Carl Davis; and full film, music and restoration credits
France | 1927 | black & white, tinted and toned | silent with English intertitles | 332 minutes | original aspect ratios 1.33:1 + 4.1 (triptych) | BD50 x 3 | 1080p | 24fps | 7.1 DTS-HD (48kHz/24-bit) and PCM 2.0 stereo (48kHz/24-but) | Cert PG (mild battle violence | Region B
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Excellent actors, especially Vladimir (Valdimir) Roudenko, who played Bonaparte as a boy.
Very, very, very long. The music by Carl Davis in such portions is somewhat unbearable.
The only slight criticism would be regarding a bit over the top use of colour filters, turning the image from purple to yellow and back..
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