Post by Mrs. Sands on May 19, 2008 14:25:05 GMT -5
I'm not sure about region 2 DVDs (UK), but there are two region 1 import versions floating around - one a longer version of the film but with no extras other than a trailer, and the other a version with some scenes missing and extras, including interviews with Johnny and other cast members.
Post by deppduzit4me on May 19, 2008 16:56:15 GMT -5
This is the next JD film I have on order from NetFlix, probably will show up in the next few days. I've been trying to catch up on his earlier works. But, from the sound of some of you, I not sure I'm up to a depressing film. Watched "In The Wild" and was depressed. Will let you know what I think of it...
Post by deppduzit4me on May 22, 2008 21:13:26 GMT -5
I loved it, loved it, loved it !!!!!! I was captive, waiting to see what was going to happen next. Did not find it depressing, what a tribute to the human spirit. Showing the sacrifice one is willing to make for their loved one's. What pure pleasure in watching him act and mesmerize.
How in the world could the entertainment business diss this film as they did. The acting, directing, script, all were brilliantly done.
Don't ever take shit off of anyone, ever~ BettySue "... there appears to be nothing he can do about the tenacity of his beauty."~Decca Aitkenhead
"First of all, I wouldn't fuck with someone with a dead bird on their head."~J.Depp
I found something beautiful in my trolling thru You Tube that I want to share. I don't believe it has been posted before, but if it has my apologies.
Someone has taken the song "Closer My Love" by the Finnish metal band Entwine and paired it to a several scenes from The Brave. The movie soundtrack is off so it is only the song and the silent scenes of the movie. This is a movie I have extreme problems watching, and have never seen to completion. Seeing it this way, and seeing our boy act without words, takes it up a level. It is extraordinarily powerful AND beautiful -- the love expressed towards the children, his wife etc. I have watched several of his movies with the sound off and it always adds an element of intensity to his face, his gestures while also making the work more accessible. (anyway, I go on too long -- enjoy!)