Silent Running - 50th Anniversary (4K+2D Blu-ray SteelBook) (Deluxe Limited Edition) (Arrow Video) (Zavvi Exclusive) [UK]

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Lenny Nero

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Oct 1, 2013
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Release date: December 12, 2022
Purchase links: Steelbook Only - Deluxe Edition
Price: £29.99 (Steelbook) - £39.99 (Deluxe)

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paulboland

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Note:

There is a separate USA release Exclusive to Arrow Video USA and Zavvi USA

USA release won't have BBFC age rating on packaging or discs and has a different release date

Zavvi USA is selling the USA release not UK


 
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paulboland

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I prefer the rating logo mock-up that slides off, somebody posted haha.
UK release will have BBFC age rating logo on Slipbox and Discs

Age rating logo will be on Slipbox itself or be a removable Jcard

The USA release won't have BBFC age rating on Slipbox or discs
 
Oct 21, 2013
1,605
I’m surprised they didn’t put the same art on each of the postcards too. Nice movie with a modern message, but I found the main actor strangely hard to watch. Like, ugly. Plus it’s the 70s so it has the usual unpolished look where the actor is hairy and sweaty. Not nice when he is the sole actor carrying the film
 
Sep 21, 2020
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It’s not a blind buy type of movie. If you haven’t seen it you should try to first. The film is special to those who love it, both heart breaking and heart warming at the same time. It makes you question if you could make that kind of
decision if forced to. Bruce is fantastic in this and the director proved yes he could produce a convincing Saturn even on a small budget. Kubrick must have had other reasons for the Jupiter / Saturn switch in 2001.
 
Feb 22, 2013
2,268
UK
Old movie, repetitive artworks allaround, same steel art as the first steelbook, and they want 40 quid for this?
If you're prepared to pay an extra £10 for a slip, poster and a few cards, yes.

Otherwise, you do have the option of a steelbook only edition (which is what I have gone for).