I don't like any of this two designs. I won't say that they are ugly, but ...
This is a special and elegant film, violent and delicate; and it has very careful images, with a very specific perspective created from its photography, a very personal rhythm and beat. The protagonist never loses his composure, knowing how to be; class and image.
I like that they've tried to publish a collector's edition, first times always are hardest, but this both designs are valid for several dozens of films that are not special at all. You just have to change the title.
I hope that in future releases have something more tact, care, and to understand the potential and specific characteristics of a film to be able to make an appropriate design for that product. For that cinematographic work.
It's about the design having personality, but the personality of the film; and that, at the same time, it's sufficiently beautiful and overly elegant so that people want to have it on their shelves.
Forgot I ordered this one, went with type B as well but almostcwish if got both now
Looking good though, and a good debut for them. Hopefully some more classic titles on the way - I'll take any edition of The Man From Nowhere, Tale of 2 Sisters or Sympathy for Lady Vengeance