Layer Cake Blu Ray £3.99 @ Amazon
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Layer Cake Blu Ray £3.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 20th Aug 2012
Sold by Direct Imports UK FBA and Fulfilled by Amazon - Dutch release

Good Brit film on Blu-ray for under £4

NBP : Sainsbury's £6.99

A successful drug dealer is just about to retire from the industry when he finds that his ill-gotten gains begin dwindling as his legacy crumbles around him.

Based on J.J. Connelly's London crime novel of the same name, the producer of Lock Stock And Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch steps into the director's chair for the first time for another darkly comic look at the capital's gangland underworld...
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Just to let you know, we have imported this product from Denmark - do not … Just to let you know, we have imported this product from Denmark - do not worry though, it plays in English, just like the UK version, but just contains optional subtitles in English, French, Italian, Danish, Finnish, Swedish, Arabic, Greek, Hebrew, Hindu, Dutch, Polish, Czech, Turkish & Hungarian!



Box will be in Danish then...
Edited by: "speedski" 20th Aug 2012
"just like the UK version, but just contains optional subtitles in English, French, Italian, Danish, Finnish, Swedish, Arabic, Greek, Hebrew, Hindu, Dutch, Polish, Czech, Turkish & Hungarian! "

I believe they can speak our language on the continent. Just Brits who are too lazy to learn other countries languages.
My comment was based on people who don't like to have non UK releases in collections. This fulfilled by seller on Amazon generally sells imports (and one of the reason they are cheap).

The last one I bought I sent back as the spine title wasn't in English, which is a pain when selecting a film to watch...
Looks like title is in English, so you should be O.K. with this one. (_;)
Quite a good film this! See Bond and the new Q together in completely different roles.
Bought from these before (the 'National Security' deal) and the box was indeed in something non-English.

As I dont read the language, I assume its Dutch/Danish.

But spoilt it a little bit - although the movie did automatically play in English (its not like it was the secondary language or anything)
It isn't that the British are too lazy to learn another language, it's that there are so many to learn. They all learn English as their second language but which one should we learn? French? German? Italian? Spanish? Dutch? And that is only western Europe.
Five languages? No problem for European students!
I have Asian friends who learned five languages in primary school.

Our education system sucks
Maybe the Europeans should've paid more attention to math than languages.

Great deal by the way, it doesn't really matter where it comes from if it plays in all languages anyway.
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