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Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by darhart, Dec 1, 2002.

  1. darhart

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    Any know the difference between the new and older vers of this? Has the quality been improved or is it just a re-release?
     
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    What do you mean ?? The Directors cut hasnt been released before in the UK - If you mean differences between the normal and directors cut - there was about 3 mins of cuts (over 200 cuts so i've heard) - You can get the Directors cut from Australia for around £10 including P+P Thats where i got mine from months a go.
    Got it slightly wrong only over 150 cuts :eek:
    Details here
    http://us.imdb.com/AlternateVersions?0110632
     
  3. darhart

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    ahh, didn't know it hadn't been released over here before, in that case is the new r2 vers any different to the older r4/r1 ?

    thanks darren.
     
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    Hi,

    I think the R4 version may have a few more extras, than the Warners UK release, and is in a proper Amaray case, but other than that, they're the same.

    However, the uncensored Director's Cut HAS already been on UK! :eek: It was on FilmFour about 4 months ago!! Good thing is, that the film was the entire uncensored Director's Cut, in widescreen, and I didn't need to pay Warner's a penny! :D

    Pooch
     
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    thanks.
     

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