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I Am Weekender (Blu-Ray)

Blu-Ray, 1992
349 SEK
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Initially banned on its release, Weekender – the film of Flowered Up’s classic acid house cri de cœur – is today hailed as one of the most innovative music films ever made. Now WIZ’s pioneering meditation on the British rave experience is celebrated in I Am Weekender, Chloé Raunet’s documentary about the film’s making, impact and legacy, with contributions from Irvine Welsh, Jeremy Deller, Lynne Ramsay, Bobby Gillespie, Clive Langer, Mark Moore, Róisín Murphy, Annie Nightingale, Shaun Ryder, David Holmes, Roy the Roach and more.

Once described as ‘the Citizen Kane of acid house’, Weekender, the film that started it all, is also included here in a brand new 2K restoration.

Special features:
– Weekender (1992, 19 mins): the film itself, remastered from the original camera negative and presented in a new 2K restoration
New audio commentary by director WIZ, recorded and produced by Adam Dunlop
Take It (1991, 4 mins): Flowered Up promotional video directed by WIZ
Phobia (1990, 4 mins): Flowered Up promotional video directed by Paul Cannell
It’s On (1990, 4 mins): Flowered Up promotional video directed by Pinko
Raise (1990, 4 mins): Bocca Juniors promotional video directed by WIZ and featuring Anna Haigh
Nish (1989, 4 mins): a short film about early acid house culture by WIZ
Turn It Up (2023, 27 mins): Chloé Raunet discusses the making of her documentary in this newly recorded interview
Rushes Revisited (Adam Dunlop, 2023, 9 mins): four sketches made from unseen rushes featuring previously unheard isolated tracks from the original recordings
Strictly limited to 2,000 copies featuring a slipcase, postcard and a 36-page illustrated booklet with newly commissioned essays by Miranda Sawyer, Adelle Stripe, Des Penney and WIZ


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