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    Submitted by Rich on June 09, 19100 at 16:46:43:
    DVD Title: Delicatessen
    Studio: Miramax

    Content Necessities:

    Anamorphic in original aspect ratio with DD, DTS for French with black boardered/yellow english subtitles and an optional english dub, touched up video (of course).


    Commentary would be nice by the directors Marc Caro and Jean-Pierre Jeunet (as they did with City of Lost Children, but this time, with both of them :)), animated menus would be a nice touch, documentary on the making of if available and cast interviews (as many of the people have since gone on to do english movies). Another nice touch would be having this be by Criterion :).

    Disc Value:

    Criterion (with all listed extras + some) $39.99, $24.99 if by regular studios with just what I listed, heh.

    Additional Comments:

    This movie is a classic, it is one of the best "Dark Comedies" ever made, who knew cannibalism in an apartment complex contained in a post-apocolyptic world could be so fun :).


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