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Offline KillRoy1972

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DVD release - The Netherlands
« on: Jul 30, 2006, 05:06 AM »
Just found out the 'buy' DVD will be released on september 28th 2006 here in The netherlands...

The rental DVD will be available on August 29th 2006

I don't think I can wait that long... :( (the DVD will contain 2 DVD's! :) )

Brokeback Mountain DVD (S) - 2DVD - Details
Disc   Disc 1/2 - Dutch only - Brokeback Mountain
Geluid/Taal   Engels
DOLBY 5.1
Engels
DTS 5.1
Ondertiteling   Nederlands
Beeldformaat   Anamorphic 16:9 (1.85)
Disc formaat   DVD 9
Extra's   

    * Original Theatrical Trailer

 
Disc   Disc 2/2 - Dutch only - Brokeback Mountain
Geluid/Taal   Engels
DOLBY STEREO
Ondertiteling   Nederlands
Beeldformaat   mixed 4/3 & 16/9
Disc formaat   DVD 5
Extra's   

    * Cowboys en Rodeo's (+/- 6 min)
    * Regisseren vanuit het Hart: Ang Lee (+/- 7 min)
    * Van Script tot Scherm: Interviews met Larry McMurtry en Diana Ossana (+/- 11 min)
    * Making Of Brokeback Mountain (+/- 21 min)


Source: http://www.a-film.nl/dvd.php?id=00012618

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Re: DVD release - The Netherlands
« Reply #1 on: Aug 09, 2006, 10:15 AM »
Hi KillRoy,
Wonder why the rental version is out a month before?Is that usual in the Netherlands?Anyway,glad you will have it soon.Let us know if it has anything different on it.I like the cover very much.

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Re: DVD release - The Netherlands
« Reply #2 on: Aug 09, 2006, 10:49 AM »
I guess it is normal here for a DVD to be first relaeased as a rental DVD and a few weeks later as a buy DVD.
 This way they can get more money out of it i guess...

On the other hand, most of times the Rental DVD is just the movie with a menu system, no extra's..

I will let you all know what is included on the DVD, and what kind of cover it has...

They say it's a 'bouble DVD', that usualy means one DVD with the moive, and the other DVD with all the Extra's like trailers, storyboards, making of etc..

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Re: DVD release - The Netherlands
« Reply #3 on: Aug 09, 2006, 11:03 AM »
I guess it is normal here for a DVD to be first relaeased as a rental DVD and a few weeks later as a buy DVD.
 This way they can get more money out of it i guess...

On the other hand, most of times the Rental DVD is just the movie with a menu system, no extra's..

I will let you all know what is included on the DVD, and what kind of cover it has...

They say it's a 'bouble DVD', that usualy means one DVD with the moive, and the other DVD with all the Extra's like trailers, storyboards, making of etc..

Oh i see.Yes,the rental ones are quite basic aren't they.How lovely getting a 2-disc version :) Will look forward to hearing about it when you have it.Not long now ;)
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Re: DVD release - The Netherlands
« Reply #4 on: Oct 23, 2006, 02:43 PM »
I bought the BBM on DVD in April as an import from England, an Amazon pre-order. (also have the book story to screenplay and the CD) I was very disapointed to find that the theatre trailer was not included. I was even more pissed off to read here that it was included on the Nederlands release.

The trailer is my daily BBM top up. I only have a fuzzy internet version.

Could someone please send me a high resolution copy of the trailer? Otherwise I will have to buy it a second time just for the trailer!

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Re: DVD release - The Netherlands
« Reply #5 on: Oct 23, 2006, 05:11 PM »
I bought the BBM on DVD in April as an import from England, an Amazon pre-order. (also have the book story to screenplay and the CD) I was very disapointed to find that the theatre trailer was not included. I was even more pissed off to read here that it was included on the Nederlands release.

The trailer is my daily BBM top up. I only have a fuzzy internet version.

Could someone please send me a high resolution copy of the trailer? Otherwise I will have to buy it a second time just for the trailer!

Thanks, Saul

Try this one, its the trailer you will find on the Dutch DVD. It is a WMV file but the resolution is 640x480 with 1152 kbps, if you watch it fullscreen it is pretty much the same quality as the DVD one (not supergood, but good enough)

http://www.afilm.nl/trailer.php?id=634

Or the Quicktime trailer

http://www.afilm.nl/trailer.php?id=635
« Last Edit: Oct 23, 2006, 05:26 PM by KillRoy1972 »

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Re: DVD release - The Netherlands
« Reply #6 on: Oct 26, 2006, 01:42 PM »
Thanks KillRoy,

This is a step up in quality from the fuzzy ropey ones I had before!

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Re: DVD release - The Netherlands
« Reply #7 on: Jan 24, 2011, 01:52 PM »
 :i

The scene selection menu on (one of) the Dutch DVD(s) is as follows:



It's quite 'simple' but the still images are a bit 'uncommon' in a good way.
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Re: DVD release - The Netherlands
« Reply #8 on: May 07, 2011, 11:29 AM »
Here are some pics from the Dutch 2-disc edition. The used images are slightly uncommon and it's only Ennis and Jack, no others.

The covers [notice the superimposed Ennis and Jack by the river]:


The inner fold:


The discs:
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Re: DVD release - The Netherlands
« Reply #9 on: Aug 22, 2013, 11:39 AM »
There's also a Dutch steel box Blu-ray:





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Re: DVD release - The Netherlands
« Reply #10 on: Aug 23, 2013, 04:52 AM »
Here are some pics from the Dutch 2-disc edition. The used images are slightly uncommon and it's only Ennis and Jack, no others.

The covers [notice the superimposed Ennis and Jack by the river]:


The inner fold:


The discs:


I see this post just now!  I really love this edition, especially the cover and the inner fold. Thank you for posting it!  ;)
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Re: DVD release - The Netherlands
« Reply #11 on: Aug 29, 2013, 11:08 AM »
I see this post just now!  I really love this edition, especially the cover and the inner fold. Thank you for posting it!  ;)

Thank you BBMsheep.  O0

I like it too because only Jack and Ennis are portrayed.
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Re: DVD release - The Netherlands
« Reply #12 on: Aug 29, 2013, 11:30 AM »
Thank you BBMsheep.  O0

I like too because only Jack and Ennis are portrayed.

You're welcome!

Yes, me too. And for us, it's only about Ennis and Jack, huh?  ;)
It could be like this - just like this - always

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