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Revolver (Sergio Sollima, 1973)

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Collins:
Love this film, im not really a fan of downbeat endings but it seemed to fit the films style more than a feel good ending would have. I think Fabio Testi and Oliver Reed were superb together in this, they had great chemistry and the soundtrack is the best of any of these films, i reckognise the main theme from somewhere.

WayneSmith:

--- Quote from: cundilini on 07 Feb 2013 - 17:37 ---Love this film, im not really a fan of downbeat endings but it seemed to fit the films style more than a feel good ending would have. I think Fabio Testi and Oliver Reed were superb together in this, they had great chemistry and the soundtrack is the best of any of these films, i reckognise the main theme from somewhere.

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yeah, from Inglourious basterds (title: Un Amico)

Collins:
Yeah that must be it thanks.

Funktion:
On May 16th, Revolver is getting a UK Blu-Ray release by Eureka Entertainment.

It's going to be a big day for fans of Sergio Sollima, since a Violent City Blu-Ray is also releasing on the same day (by 88 Films).

Here's the specs for this release:

*New 4K Restoration
*English and Italian audio options
*Optional English Subtitles, newly translated for this release
*Brand new audio commentary by author / critic Kim Newman
*Brand new interview with film scholar Stephen Thrower, author of Nightmare USA
*Archival interview with actor Fabio Testi
*Original Trailers and Radio Adverts
*A Limited Edition collector's booklet featuring two new essays by author Howard Hughes; one covering the background to the making of Revolver, and an extensive piece on Ennio Morricone's "Eurocrime" soundtracks
*Limited Edition O-Card slipcase

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