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Dangerous Game Limited Edition Cinématographe Blu-Ray [NEW] [SLIPCOVER]

Dangerous Game Limited Edition Cinématographe Blu-Ray [NEW] [SLIPCOVER]

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New York based filmmaker Eddie Israel (Harvey Keitel, Bad Lieutenant) is embarking on a new production titled Mother of Mirrors, being shot in Los Angeles. Joining Israel in Hollywood are his film’s lead actors, Sarah (Madonna, Desperately Seeking Susan) and Francis (James Russo, China Girl), playing an unhappily married couple coming to terms with matters of religion, drug use and unconventional sex. As reality and fiction begin to merge, Israel’s wife, Madlyn (Nancy Ferrara, real life wife to Abel), enters the fray of the tumultuous film production that has become home to infidelity, drug use and acts of violence, setting the stage for an unpredictable and uncompromising final act.

A searing, remarkably raw, film industry drama from noted provocateur Abel Ferrara (King of New York), DANGEROUS GAME is propelled by fearless performances from its three leads and a naturalistic, and ferocious, script by frequent Ferrara collaborator Nicholas St. John (Ms. 45, The Addiction). Cinématographe is proud to bring one of Ferrara’s most underrated, yet exceedingly powerful, films to blu-ray in a brand new 4K restoration from its uncut original negative with a vast array of newly produced supplements featuring Ferrara himself as well as long time collaborators.

Additional info:

  • Region A Blu-ray
  • Newly scanned & restored in 4K from its 35mm original camera negative
  • Audio Commentary with filmmaker Chris O'Neill and Bill Ackerman of the Supporting Characters podcast
  • New Interview with director Abel Ferrara 
  • New Interview with actor James Russo
  • New Audio Interview with actress Nancy Ferrara
  • New Interview with composer Joe Delia 
  • New Interview with editor Anthony Redman 
  • Abel Ferrara's Game of Mirrors: a video essay by Alexandra Heller-Nicolas 
  • Theatrical Trailer 
  • Essays by Samm Deighan, Peter Labuza and Carlos Valladares 
  • English SDH subtitles
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