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The Eye of the Needle (Dual Format Edition)

Director: Richard Marquand
Blu-Ray + DVD, 1981
249 SEK
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Donald Sutherland (Don’t Look Now) and Kate Nelligan (The Prince of Tides) play star-crossed lovers torn between passion and allegiance in this heart-wrenching World War ll-set thriller, played out against the blitz-scarred 1940s backdrop of England and the windswept hills of the Scottish islands. En route to the Fatherland with secrets that will stop the D-Day invasion, ruthless spy ‘The Needle’ (Sutherland) finds himself shipwrecked on the remote Storm Island. Here he becomes involved in a perilous affair with the beautiful, but lonely Lucy (Nelligan), who lives there with her bitter, crippled ex-RAF husband, David (Christopher Cazenove). But can the fierce passion of illicit love survive the bitter realities of war?

Special features:
Director Richard Marquand’s preferred cut of the film, presented in High Definition and Standard Definition
Audio commentary by Julie Kirgo, Nick Redman and music historian Jon Burlingame
Alternate ending sequence, which appeared on the previous UK DVD release
Donald Sutherland Guardian Interview (1987, 73 mins, audio only)
Careless Talk Costs Lives: Wartime Warnings (1940, 36 mins): three short wartime propaganda films produced by Ealing Studios for the Ministry of Information
Theatrical trailer
Illustrated booklet with full film credits and new writing by Little White Lies essayist Paul Fairclough

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