Re: [Videolib] Verdun : Vision of History

Delin, Peter (delin@zlb.de)
Sat, 17 Nov 2007 19:24:16 +0100

I have to add: it's not a 2 disc edition. Both versions, the German and
the French one are the same 1 disc edition with different covers and
booklets.

Peter

Peter Delin schrieb:
> Dear Barbara,
>
> there is an excellent 2 disc edition published in France and Germany
> with English subtitles/ NTSC/ no region code - so playable in the US:
> http://www.absolutmedien.de/main.php?view=film&id=1163
> http://www.dvdclassik.com/Critiques/verdun_visions_histoire.htm
>
> available from the usual mailorder shops:
> http://www.amazon.de/Verdun-NTSC-Paul-Amiot/dp/B000MAH4A2
> http://www4.fnac.com/Shelf/article.aspx?PRID=1886812
> http://www.amazon.fr/Verdun-Visions-dhistoire-Albert-Prejean/dp/B000ILZ89E/
>
> kind regards
> Peter
>
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>
>
> Barbara Silberstein schrieb:
>> Question:
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>>
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>> Who has the rights in this country to the film Verdun: Vision of
>> History, the film by director Léon Poirier (French, 1884–1968) which
>> was recently shown at the MOMA in NY. Will it be available on DVD any
>> time soon?
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>> Thank you.
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>>
>>
>> Barbara Silberstein
>>
>> Media Librarian
>>
>> 65 Witherspoon Street
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>> Princeton, NJ 08542
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