Battle Royale Limited Edition [4K Ultra-HD] [Blu-ray]
About this deal
That’s virtually all of the special features that have been produced over the years (save for a few items created by Capelight Pictures’ for recent German BD releases). It's worth watching both films back-to-back to see how the feel of certain character interactions changes.
Overall detail is a bit muddy looking, with the image having a soft and digitally-processed appearance (it’s likely baked into the original DI). This is why, when I hear reports about recent outbreaks of teenage violence and crimes, I cannot easily judge or dismiss them.Coming of Age: Battle Royale at 20 lasts 42:25 and is a retrospective featuring notable film journalists. The distributor also has a US branch which offers some of the same range as titles that are available in the UK.
In short a strong but not overpowering artistic theme is maintained throughout the set which I think declares "someone who cares about the film designed me".
Apologies for a question that’s probably easy to answer, but because Arrow took down the Battle Royale page, my last thought was to ask here. Predominantly in its use of dark humour and shocking violence, which is apparent during the movie’s first 15 explosive minutes.
The limited edition release for Battle Royale contains the first film’s original theatrical version and special edition director’s cut across two 4K Ultra HD discs. Based upon the book by Koushun Takami, the story has been adapted to manga, western comics, and the big screen. Fellow director and TV personality 'Beat' Takeshi Kitano (VIOLENT COP, BOILING POINT) takes top billing as a former teacher assigned to oversee the 'Battle Royale', but it's Fujiwara who steals the film, struggling desperately to retain his sense of moral justice at a time when a LACK of integrity could mean the difference between life and death. stereo audio - Optional English subtitles - Original soundtrack CD for Battle Royale [Limited Edition Exclusive] - Kinji Fukasaku: Man of Rage, an exclusive 120-page monograph on the director by Japanese cinema expert Tom Mes [Limited Edition Exclusive] - Illustrated collectors booklet featuring new essays by Matt Alt and Anne Billson and archival articles - Exclusive Battle Royale collectors Trump Card set [Limited Edition Exclusive] - Reversible poster with new artwork [Limited Edition Exclusive] DISC ONE BATTLE ROYALE: ORIGINAL THEATRICAL VERSION (4K UHD BLU-RAY) - Brand new audio commentary by critics Tom Mes and Jasper Sharp - Battle Royale at 20: Back to School, an exclusive new 42-minute documentary about the legacy of Battle Royale - And much more!Hell, when I was a teenager back in the early 1980s, all I had to worry about was whether or not the Russians loved their children too. And Bloody Education (on Disc One) and Bloody Graduation (on Disc Three) are brand new interviews with Kenta Fukasaku looking back at both his father’s work on these films as well as his own.