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Even detached from the supernatural elements and apocalyptic finale, Kurosawa somehow manages to capture the existential misery, zombie-like behavior, and abject loneliness of social media obsession a full decade before Facebook or Twitter became everyday cultural touchstones.
was released on DVD across the world and was pretty easily obtained in most territories.
These questions extend to Hayashi’s desaturated colours, especially where the dingy, brown and grey coating is concerned.
What I is presented in its original Japanese stereo/surround and LPCM 2.0 audio.
In comparison, these effect and musical tracks are crisp and clean, even at high volume, thanks to the uncompressed qualities of the LPCM track.
The dynamic range is also important, because Kurosawa and his aural designers often pull the sound floor out from under the audience with shocking silence.
Extras include: (1988; BD release date July 11, 2017) Brendan (Sean Bean) is a young loafer taken under the wing of jazz club owner, Finney (Sting), who is under pressure from American mobster, Cosmo (Tommy Lee Jones), to sell up in exchange for a cut of a local land development deal.
Brendan just wants to earn an honest crust, but his burgeoning relationship with Cosmo’s ex-lover Kate (Melanie Griffith) threatens to drag him into the middle of the impending showdown…(From Arrow’s official synopsis) Before he was nominated for multiple Oscars for his work on is sort of a British take on the Walter Hill formula with nods to similar work from Neil Jordan.
The largely handheld camerawork is tight and intimate, allowing the compositions hide the true breadth of the horror until Kurosawa is ready to spring angst on the viewer in an eerily aloof fashion that extends to the film’s character-based drama.As long as he sticks to this detached, artfully edited (by David Martin), and forcefully obtuse narrative style, excels; but, as the plot and motivations come into focus, the film does backtrack into stereotypical crime thriller/doomed love story territory.Only the imagery, performances (especially supporting players Sting and Tommy Lee Jones), and not-so-subtle digs at the then-active political climate hold the film above water.This is an intentionally ‘dirty’ mix, where the dialogue is understandable, but rarely differentiated from ambient incidental noises.The slightly fuzzy, documentary quality sound acts as a base canvas for the stereo-enhanced ‘digital ghost’ effects, as well as Takefumi Haketa’s melancholic and lyrical music.
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However, I’m not exaggerating when I saw that Magnolia’s US DVD and subsequent Netflix standard-definition streams were among the worst transfers I’ve ever seen from an official release (at least for a post-millennial, non-indie movie).