Dune Blu Ray £5.52 @Amazon
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Dune Blu Ray £5.52 @Amazon

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Found 18th Jun 2013
Cheapest i've seen it!

Travel to a time and place beyond your imagination with this definitive edition of David Lynch’s epic sci-fi adventure Dune. Kyle Maclachlan heads an all-star cast (Sean Young, Patrick Stewart, Francesca Annis, Max Von Sydow, Sting) as Paul Atreides, an intergalactic warrior who leads his people into battle against the dreaded Harkonnens for control of the desert planet Arrakis, and it’s most valuable asset: the spice Melange.

Special Features:

- Destination Dune
- Impressions of Dune
- Interview with Golda Offenheim, production co-ordinator on Dune
- Theatrical trailer

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Captain Picard in here still cracks me up cos he actually has some hair on his head...then again could be a wig
Edited by: "notoriouschucky" 18th Jun 2013

Great price but the US release of this is much better. If you're remotely a fan, it's worth picking that up instead.

I've got the HDDVD i'm not sure if this is the same cut or not, hard to keep up.

Thanks! Got the last one

Finally getting into Lynch after years of indifference but will never watch this in pure respect for Jodorowsky's vision. Hoping his protegé (Nicolas Winding Refn) will helm an adaptation one day with Jodorowsky as producer/production supervisor.

Good price for those that want to see Lynch's version of Flash Gordon!

Original Poster

SiG

Thanks! Got the last one



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From what I've read this isn't Lynchs vision either, didn't he take his name off it? I'd like to se his directors cut

Not entirely sure what this version is, 131 mins, so it's the theatrical with 6 mins cut out?

The TV version he had his name taken off has a talky prologue & lots of voiceover, with people shuffling about looking uncomfortable, is 177 mins+, it's also rubbish and to be avoided.

Pants film, starts off good and after that it is like watching paint dry. Elephant man is the pinnacle lynch film.

I recommend reading the novel by Frank Herbert before seeing the movie its a lot better.

velocirapta

Finally getting into Lynch after years of indifference but will never … Finally getting into Lynch after years of indifference but will never watch this in pure respect for Jodorowsky's vision. Hoping his protegé (Nicolas Winding Refn) will helm an adaptation one day with Jodorowsky as producer/production supervisor.Good price for those that want to see Lynch's version of Flash Gordon!



Pure respect for Jodorowsky's vision? It would have been an LSD-fuelled clusterf**k. Much wrong as there is with Lynch's Dune, it's still pretty faithful and worth it for the production design alone. Its complete impenetrability to anyone who hasn't read the book meant it was always doomed - but there's a lot to enjoy for those that have.

flyingteddy

From what I've read this isn't Lynchs vision either, didn't he take his … From what I've read this isn't Lynchs vision either, didn't he take his name off it? I'd like to se his directors cut



Yes he did.. officially it was directed by Alan Smithee, although from memory I think his name might be on the Blu-ray release. His director's cut isn't likely to see the light of day - it's the one film he refuses to discuss in interviews.
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