That Kind of Girl (BFI Flipside) (DVD + Blu-ray)
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BFI Flipside presents
THAT KIND OF GIRL (DVD + Blu-ray)
A film by Gerry O'Hara
THE FLIPSIDE : rescuing weird and wonderful British films from obscurity and presenting them in new high-quality editions.
In 1960s London, a beautiful au pair wrestles with the affections of three different men. But fun and freedom turn to shame and despair when she realises that she has put the health of her lovers at risk. This finely-tuned cautionary tale from Gerry O'Hara is shot against a backdrop of smoky jazz clubs and 'Ban the Bomb' marches.
- Presented in both High Definition and Standard Definition
- The People at No. 19 (J B Holmes, 1948, 18 mins): an intense melodrama which explores the themes of That Kind of Girl
- No Place to Hide (Derrick Knight, 1959, 9 mins): a snapshot of the 'Ban the Bomb' march from Aldermaston to London
- A Sunday in September (James Hill, 1961, 28 mins): a compelling documentary about nuclear disarmament, with Vanessa Redgrave, Doris Lessing and John Osborne
- Robert Hartford-Davis interview (1968, 13 mins): That Kind of Girl's producer discusses the film and his career
- Extensive illustrated booklet featuring essays from novelist Cathi Unsworth and director Gerry O'Hara
UK | 1963 | black and white | English language, with optional English hard-of-hearing subtitles | 77 minutes | Original aspect ratio 1.33:1
Disc 1: BD50 | 1080p | 24fps | PCM mono audio (48k/24-bit)
Disc 2: DVD9 | PAL | Dolby Digital mono audio (320kbps)
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BFI have done an amazing job with this transfer - captured accurately at 1.33:1 the B&W is striking in contrast and detail, it actually makes the film more enjoyable to watch. This is Criterion level stuff really. There's only so much to be done with a monoaural soundtrack from this period but it's presented well enough without hiss. There are a number of short films making up the extras, combined with a beautiful and informative booklet to give a great package to an obscure and worthwhile film.