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ROBINSON IN RUINS (DVD + Blu-ray)
A film by Patrick Keiller
Patrick Keiller's latest essay-film in his Robinson series (London and Robinson in Space) combines ironic, witty denunciation of society's domination by markets with homage to the wonders of the biosphere.
Newly released from prison, mysterious would-be scholar Robinson has been haunting the Oxfordshire countryside with a ciné camera. A few months later, film cans and a notebook are discovered in a derelict caravan: the results of his search for the origins of capitalist catastrophe in the English landscape. Researchers assemble the material as a film, narrated by their institution's co-founder (voiced by Vanessa Redgrave).
- Standard Definition and High Definition presentation of main feature (DVD & Blu-ray)
- Optional effects-only soundtrack
- Panel discussion: Patrick Keiller, Doreen Massey, Patrick Wright and Matthew Flintham, on their project The Future of Landscape and the Moving Image (2011, 15 mins, DVD only)
- Original theatrical release trailer (DVD only)
- Downloadable PDF of Doreen Massey's essay Landscape/space/politics (DVD only)
- Fully illustrated booklet with introduction by Patrick Keiller, essay by Doreen Massey, and review by Mark Fisher
UK | 2010 | colour | English language, optional feature hard-of-hearing subtitles | 101 minutes | Original aspect ratio 1.78:1
Disc 1: BD25 | 1080p | 24fps | PCM mono audio (48k/16-bit)
Disc 2: DVD9 | PAL | PCM mono audio (48k/16-bit)
Region 0 PAL DVD
Region free Blu-ray
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Keiller's films are not for everyone (they are fiercely intellectual to the point where they can easily alienate an audience, and can be very difficult to concentrate on if you are not in the right mood), but for those who understand his political agenda and are open to his obscure literary, cultural, and scientific references, his work can be profoundly rewarding. However, I repeat; Patrick Keiller is very far from being an easily accessible filmmaker, so if you try this, do so with a very open mind.