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Probably subtitledCamera Obscura - The Walerian Borowczyk Collection (1975)

Region: B
UPC/Barcode: 5027035011004
Released: 30th November -0001
Release type: Pulled
No. of Discs: 10
Catalogue No: FCD932
Category: Feature, Foreign
Format: Blu-ray / With DVD (Limited Edition) - Double Play
Camera Obscura - The Walerian Borowczyk Collection (1975) (Blu-ray) (With DVD (Limited Edition) - Double Play) (Pulled)

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Probably subtitled The main feature on this DVD title probably has English subtitles. [explanation]

Claimed subtitles: English

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Film information

Story: Collection of feature-length and short films by Polish director Walerian Borowczyk. In 'The Beast' (1975) the daughter of an aristocrat journeys with her aunt across the French countryside to meet the man to whom she has been betrothed. However, unbeknownst to them, there is a strange creature lurking in the area... 'Immoral Tales (1974) features four erotic stories set during different times in history. 'Goto, Isle of Love' (1969) is set on a fictitious island where an isolated community live to serve their despotic ruler Goto (Pierre Brasseur). Unrest is stirred, however, when Goto's wife Glossia (Ligia Branice) attempts to escape the island with her lover Gono (Jean-Pierre Andréani). 'The Theatre of Mr and Mrs Kabal' (1967) follows the animated tale of a man who has to travel inside his mechanical monster wife when she suffers from indigestion after eating a butterfly. In 'Blanche' (1972) a young knight begins a doomed affair with Blanche (Branice), the beautiful wife of the master of a castle. Also included are 14 short films which comprise: 'The Astronauts' (1959), 'The Concert' (1962), 'Grandmother's Encyclopaedia' (1963), 'Renaissance' (1963), 'Angels' Games' (1964), 'Joachim's Dictionary' (1965), 'Rosalie' (1966), 'Gavotte' (1967), 'Diptych' (1967), 'The Phonograph' (1969), 'A Private Collection' (1973), 'Venus On the Half-Shell' (1975), 'The Greatest Love of All Time' (1978) and 'Scherzo Infernal' (1984).

Starring: Fabrice Luchini, Sirpa Lane, Lisbeth Hummel, Lise Danvers, Louisette Rousseau, Pierre Collet, Ligia Branice, Michel Simon, Pierre Brasseur, Jean-Pierre Andreani

Cinematographer: Bernard Daillencourt, Marcel Grignon, Guy Durban, Noël Véry, Michel Zolat

Directed by: Walerian Borowczyk

Music by: Maurice Leroux, Avenir de Monfred

Produced by: Anatole Dauman, Louis Duchesne, Rene Thevenet, Jacques Forgeot

Written by: Walerian Borowczyk

DVD information

Studio/distributor: Arrow Academy

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