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Old 12-26-2013, 07:01 PM   #16
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has anyone bought this one? Seems there is a alternate version on this as well?
The info provided by the Rewind site says the following:

- Blu-ray ALL France- Opening - No cuts - shorter international cut (81:15)
- Blu-ray B Germany- Sunfilm - No cuts.
Two versions:
- shorter international cut (84:32)
- longer domestic version (no time listed)

http://www.dvdcompare.net/comparison....php?fid=24234
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Old 12-26-2013, 07:34 PM   #17
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has anyone bought this one? Seems there is a alternate version on this as well?
I own the Blu-ray. The shorter International Cut (U.S. Anchor Bay DVD Version) is the main feature. The longer Original Version is a hidden feature and some people claim its in SD. I haven't watched the longer cut yet though.
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I own the Blu-ray. The shorter International Cut (U.S. Anchor Bay DVD Version) is the main feature. The longer Original Version is a hidden feature and some people claim its in SD. I haven't watched the longer cut yet though.
The Anchor Bay DVD actually has the longer cut of the film, which runs about 88 minutes.

The main version in HD on the Blu-ray runs a couple of minutes shorter.
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The Anchor Bay DVD actually has the longer cut of the film, which runs about 88 minutes.

The main version in HD on the Blu-ray runs a couple of minutes shorter.
Well that German site I got the info from must have their info incorrect
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The Anchor Bay DVD actually has the longer cut of the film, which runs about 88 minutes.

The main version in HD on the Blu-ray runs a couple of minutes shorter.
Different formats / Different frame rates.
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I was more wondering about image/sound quality. Is this a true Upgrade worth getting?
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Old 12-27-2013, 08:22 AM   #22
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Different formats / Different frame rates.
No it isn't, unless the Blu-ray HD version is mastered from a "PAL" source...which would then make it shorter.

NTSC/PAL doesn't factor with native HD content on Blu-rays. Only the FPS does.

http://caps-a-holic.com/hd_vergleiche/multi_comparison.php?disc1=1798&disc2=1797&hd_mult iID=306

Judging from those 1080p screenshots, I'd say it's definitely not from an SD PAL source.

The German Blu-ray is 1:24:38.531 in length for the HD version on it. 85 Minutes. And the FPS is at 23.976, which is the standard HD frame rate...and the same as the older NTSC frame rate.

The Anchor Bay/Blue Underground DVD has an exact running time of 1:27:54. 88 Minutes.

The SD version of the film on the Blu-ray is "longer", I'm just not sure how much longer than the HD version on the disc. And since it is SD, it could be on the Blu-ray in NTSC or PAL.

The French Blu-ray is reportedly even shorter at 1:21:15.040. 81 Minutes. That is at 35 FPS, which explains why it is shorter.

http://caps-a-holic.com/hd_vergleiche/multi_comparison.php?disc1=2788&disc2=1798&hd_mult iID=306
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