Is the Sazume disk definately interlaced? I've seen other reviews that claim it's a progressive transfer.
I have the Sazuma DVD but I haven't a clue how to go about finding out if it's interlaced or progressive. It looks very nice indeed on my TV though :'(
It also looked very, very nice on my Sony 40" LCD played on an upconverting OPPO 981 DVD player a few days ago.
Plus you get the English and
Italian audio, the score on a separate disc, a 30 minute interview with Lovelock in a nice looking digipak housed in a box, not to mention the "Let's Rock with Ray" easter egg, a video of Lovelock's Place for the Landing
, in which Ray simulataneously channels Bob Dylan and Lou Reed, to create his own unique vocal stylings.
The easter egg is found by clicking on Ray's viasge on the extras' screen.
Horrors.dvd (see link below) says that the transfer is progressive:
"The progressive transfer makes for an impressive sharpness and clarity too, those many slow-motion sequences looking almost too real for comfort."http://www.horrordvds.com/viewarticle.php?articleid=476
Ragardless, the Sazuma disc's transfer looks pretty damn fine to me.
The bonus disc (CD) includes the original score by Roberto Pregadio.
Here´s the track list which clocks in at approximately 37 minutes:
1] La Settima Donna (vocals by Edda Dell'Orso) (2:26 min)
2] Place for the Landing (vocals by Ray Lovelock) (3:15 min)
3] Lo Spogliarello (3:03 min)
4] Favolosa Festa di Danza (4:37 min)
5] Costretti a Fare lÂ´Amore (1:52 min)
6] Un Pomeriggio di Sole (4:17 min)
7] La Fuga (3:49 min)
8] Perfide Bestie (2:57 min)
9] La Settima Donna (Ripresa) (2:25 min)
10] Favolosa Festa di Danza (Versione Alternativa) (4:38 min)
11] La Fuga (Versione Alternativa) (3:49 min) Great performance by Lovelock, BTW. What a great amoral sociopath he makes with his good manners, boyish good looks and easy going charm!