Sleeping Dogs (Blu-Ray)
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Adapted from C.K. Steads novel ‘Smith’s Dream’, Sleeping Dogs almost single-handedly kickstarted the New Zealand New Wave, demonstrating that homegrown feature films could resonate with both local and international audiences, and launching the big-screen careers of director Roger Donaldson (No Way Out) and Sam Neill.
Neill in his first lead role in a feature plays Smith, a man escaping the break-up of his marriage by finding isolation on an island off the Coromandel Peninsula. As he settles into his new life, the country is experiencing its own turmoil: an oil embargo has led to martial law and civil war, into which Smith reluctantly finds himself increasingly involved.
Co-starring Warren Oates (Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia) as the commander of a US army unit drawn into the conflict, Sleeping Dogs is simultaneously a political thriller, a personal drama and a true landmark in New Zealand cinema.
– Intimate Lighting (Intimní osv tlení, 1965) presented from a brand new 4K restoration of the film from original materials by the Czech National Film Archive.
– Filmed interview with director Ivan Passer.
– Ivan Passer s short film A Boring Afternoon (Fádní odpoledne, 1964) presented from a new HD transfer from-original materials by the Czech National Film Archive.
– Booklet featuring new writing on the film by Trevor Johnston, and an essay by critic Phillip Bergson.
– New and improved English subtitle translation.
– Original soundtrack in Dual Mono 24-bit LPCM audio
– World Premiere on Blu-ray
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