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Francis Ford Coppola's Rumble Fish to debut on Blu-ray 27 August 2012

hodg100

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Released as part of Universal's 100th Anniversary celebrations RUMBLE FISH is to be released in the UK on Blu-ray as part of Eureka Entertainment’s MASTERS OF CINEMA Series on 27 August 2012.

In this second of Francis Ford Coppola's back-to-back screen adaptations of novels by S. E. Hinton, the grand romanticism of The Outsiders was flipped to create an expressionist, monochrome vision of youthful passion and melancholy, and became one of Coppola's most personal and dazzling works.

Against a run-down, industrial Tulsa, Oklahoma, Coppola presents a vivid portrait of troubled teenage gang leader Rusty James (Matt Dillon) as he struggles with cohorts, rival gangs, his frustrated girlfriend Patty (Diane Lane), his estranged father (Dennis Hopper), and the return of his idolised older brother The Motorcycle Boy (Mickey Rourke).

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An audacious depiction of gang violence, dead-end lives, and the ties that bind, Rumble Fish remains a cult favourite and features magnificent cinematography by Stephen H. Burum, a Golden Globe-winning score by Stewart Copeland, and a remarkable cast that also includes Nicolas Cage, Chris Penn, Tom Waits, and Laurence Fishburne. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present the world-première release of Rumble Fish on Blu-ray & Blu-ray SteelBook, available in the UK from 27 August 2012.
 

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MJeeves

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Should look STUNNING on bluray. The black and white photography of this movie is so beautiful yet haunting too. :thumbsup:
 

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