Frau Im Mond [Woman In The Moon] - Masters of Cinema - Blu-ray - £6.68 @ Amazon - Free Delivery with Prime/£10 spend
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Frau Im Mond [Woman In The Moon] - Masters of Cinema - Blu-ray - £6.68 @ Amazon - Free Delivery with Prime/£10 spend

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Found 7th Dec 2014
Haven't seen it this cheap anywhere else before so a really good deal for a MoC title.

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Tripe.

Have you seen this op, any good?

Is this the one where Arnie mistreats the camel?

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Dantooine

Have you seen this op, any good?



No i haven't, sorry. I love MoC releases and i really dig Silent Cinema and love re-discovering that era of the film so i'm sure this will be decent.

this is one of the first great sci-fi films with amazing special effects with the help of animator Oskar Fischinger...also, MoC titles are generally for cinephiles and fans of film history - those that appreciate silent film

I paid £11 for it on release and haven't even watched it yet, so a little peeved it has dropped by almost a fiver since! but still, heat from me and if you had sense you'd get this! obviously comes with a warning - those with no patience for anything before 1950 should not buy this film, or any other early Fritz Lang for that matter (including Metropolis)

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velocirapta

this is one of the first great sci-fi films



For me it's still "La Voyage dans la lune" [A Trip to the Moon] from 1902 by Georges Méliès. I have the 2012 Blu-ray release from Flicker Alley (USA) and the newly re-discovered hand-coloured version is just beyond breathtaking.

There is a documentary on the disc form 2011 called: The Extraordinary Voyage and it tells the amazing story of how the hand coloured version was re-discovered and then the battle of restoration.

If you haven't seen it i'd highly recommend it.
Edited by: "Gugovsky" 7th Dec 2014

Gugovsky

For me it's still "La Voyage dans la lune" [A Trip to the Moon] from 1902 … For me it's still "La Voyage dans la lune" [A Trip to the Moon] from 1902 by Georges Méliès. I have the 2012 Blu-ray release from Flicker Alley (USA) and the newly re-discovered hand-coloured version is just beyond breathtaking. There is a documentary on the disc form 2011 called: The Extraordinary Voyage and it tell the amazing story of how the hand coloured version was re-discovered and then the battle of restoration. If you haven't seen it i'd highly recommend it.



The DVD of A Trip to the Moon is in Fopp for £3.

£9.28 now.

Didn't last long - they sometimes lower prices when awaiting new stock. Dive in then!
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