10-24-2006, 02:53 PM
The Joy Sales' Bullet In The Head DVD will have 3 options on Disc 1:
-Watch the film with the original ending
-Watch the film with the alternative ending
-Watch the film with the deleted scenes and the original ending
-original ending = "car chase" ending
-alternative ending = "boardroom" ending
The deleted scenes are from the long version (aka "director's cut" aka "festival print") and will include the infamous "piss drinking" scene.
Disc 2 will have the deleted scenes, boardroom ending, and a Waise Lee interview.
More information on this upcoming release here: adg.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=1408 (http://adg.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=1408)
10-29-2006, 01:08 AM
Too much other stuff to get too first, still here are the specs
Brand-new Digitally Remastered movie
HK movie Memorabilia comes alive
John Woo's heroic bloodshed classic – “Bullet in the Head”
The most favorite film by John Woo!
Following from the high box office of “Killer”. “Bullet in the Head” was another high praise movie by John Woo.
10th Annual Hong Kong Film Awards
• Winner - Best Editing (John Woo)
• Nomination - Best Director (John Woo)
• Nomination - Best Actor (Jacky Cheung Hok-Yau)
• Nomination - Best Cinematography (Lam Kwok-Wah, Chan Pui-Ka, Wong Wing-Hang, Som Chai Kittikun)
• Hong Kong top ten movies by “Premiere”
John Woo signifiers well-known by international:
•* * * * Violence esthetics;
•* * * * Romanticism;
•* * * * Male protagonists;
•* * * * Trials of friendship;
•* * * * Displays of honor;
•* * * * Homoerotic male bonding,
BULLET IN THE HEAD may well be John Woo's best film.
It’s a story about guys’ friendship in vibration generation:
•* * * * Flash back to a romantic period;
•* * * * Extreme histrionics – background with Hong Kong street corners and rebellion events in 50’s 60’s;
•* * * * Wonderful emotional draining and intensely powerful;
•* * * * Emotional motion picture
•* * * * striking message about the powers of morality
•* * * * Tons of explosions, shoot-outs, and an even riveting helicopter rescue mission that is a true, vivid climax.
•* * * * Two- gun action
Director: John Woo
Main starring: Tong Leung Chiu Wai, Jacky Cheung, Waise Lee, Simon Yam Tat-Wah, Yolinda Yan Choh-Sin
Three childhood friends Ben (Tony Leung, Hero, in the mood for Love), Frank (Jacky Cheung) and Paul (Waise Lee) fight to prove their places in two riotous worlds – the uprising ridden Hong Kong and Viet Cong-infested Saigon in the 1960’s. They run into bloody troubles with ruthless gangs, corrupt militia and eventually against each other.
DVD Digitally Remastered
Suggest retail price HK$ 79
Releasing date: 9th Nov 2006
•* * * * DVD9 DVD 5 2 Discs package (Region ALL)
•* * * * 16:9 Anamorphic Widescreen, NTSC
•* * * * Average Video Bitrate: 7.0 Mbps
•* * * * Cantonese DTS
•* * * * Original Cantonese 2.0
•* * * * Mandarin Dolby Digital 5.1 (448Kbps)
• * * *Subtitles: Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese and English
•* * * * Original Soundtrack
Special Program: Codes of Bullets V: Guns Mean Power/Cone with The Wind
Original Movie Trailer
New edited Movie Trailer
Waise Lee ‘s Interview
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