Scum (Blu-ray Limited Edition) (Powerhouse Films) [UK]

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INDICATOR LIMITED EDITION BLU-RAY SPECIAL FEATURES:
  • 2K restoration from the original negative, newly re-graded and approved by director of photography Phil Méheux
  • Original mono audio
  • Audio commentary with actor Ray Winstone and film critic Nigel Floyd (2006)
  • No Luxuries (2019, 20 mins): actor Mick Ford looks at his character of Archer and his working relationship with director Alan Clarke
  • An Outbreak of Acting (2019, 16 mins): actor Ray Burdis on returning to the role of Eckersley for the feature film
  • Smashing Windows (2019, 12 mins): actor Perry Benson recalls the daily experiences of being on set
  • Continuous Tension (2019, 18 mins): director of photography Phil Méheux analyses the documentary approach of his cinematography
  • Criminal Record (2019, 10 mins): associate producer Martin Campbell on remaking the banned teleplay for the big screen
  • Back to Borstal (2019, 32 mins): executive producer Don Boyd reflects on his efforts to reinvigorate British cinema in the late seventies
  • Concealing the Art (2019, 30 mins): veteran editor Michael Bradsell recalls collaborating with Alan Clarke
  • That Kind of Casting (2019, 22 mins): casting director Esta Charkham on the influence the Anna Scher Theatre had on production
  • Interview with Roy Minton and Clive Parsons (1999, 16 mins): the writer and producer look back on Scum twenty years after its release
  • Interview with Roy Minton (2005, 20 mins)
  • Interview with Davina Belling and Clive Parsons (2005, 9 mins): the producers of Scum discuss its transition from banned teleplay to feature film
  • Interview with Don Boyd (2005, 13 mins)
  • Cast Memories (2005, 17 mins): archival documentary featuring interviews with Phil Daniels, Julian Firth, Mick Ford and David Threlfall
  • Original ‘U’ and ‘X’ certificate theatrical trailers
  • Image gallery: promotional and publicity material
  • New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing
  • Limited edition exclusive 80-page book with a new essay by Ashley Clark, recollections from cast and crew members, an archival on-set report by critic Michael Billington, executive producer Michael Relph’s viewing notes, archival interviews with director Alan Clarke, an extract from writer Roy Minton’s novelisation, a look at Mary Whitehouse’s High Court case over the film’s television broadcast, an overview of contemporary critical responses, and film credits
  • Limited edition exclusive double-sided poster
  • Limited Edition of 8,000 copies
 
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for the price this is a superb set ..the book is really nice quality as is the slipcase and poster...but...........what is the problem with the commentary with ray winstone? it sounds like ray has had his voice slowed down like one of those police informer interviews...other than that the set is well worth the money..