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Singapore Sling Limited Edition Vinegar Syndrome Blu-Ray [NEW] [SLIPCOVER]

Singapore Sling Limited Edition Vinegar Syndrome Blu-Ray [NEW] [SLIPCOVER]

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On a dark and stormy night, Mother and Daughter, a wealthy pair of psychopathic killers with a penchant for murdering their servants, happen upon a badly injured man, laying dying in the mud. Bringing him back to their opulent villa, they begin nursing him back to health; naming him Singapore Sling in the process. As soon as he is "well" enough, the twisted duo begin subjecting him to every manner of torture imaginable. But as each of them develop their own unique interest in their mysterious victim, a perverse love triangle begins to unfold, leading to shocking revelations...

As staggeringly beautiful as it is notorious, Nikos Nikolaidis' acclaimed SINGAPORE SLING is a grotesque, sensual, and altogether unforgettable genre cinema gem from one of Greece's key arthouse auteurs. Distinguished by Aris Stavrou's intricately lit and immaculately composed black and white cinematography, Vinegar Syndrome is thrilled to present the U.S. Blu-ray debut of this mesmerizingly unsettling noir-fantastique, newly and exclusively restored for this release in 4K from its 35mm original negative and boasting an expansive selection of new and archival extras.

directed by: Nikos Nikolaidis
starring: Meredyth Herold, Michele Valley, Panos Thanassoulis
1990 / 112 min / 1.37:1 / English, Greek & French Mono

Additional info:

  • Region Free Blu-ray
  • Newly scanned & restored in 4K from its 35mm original camera negative
  • "Directing Hell" (80 min) - a documentary from 2011 exploring the work of Director Nikos Nikolaidis
  • New interview with Marie-Louise Bartholomew, wife of director Nikos Nikolaidis (12 min)
  • New interview with actress Michele Valley (12 min)
  • New interview with actor Panos Thanassoulis (9 min)
  • New interview with cinematographer Aris Stavrou (5 min)
  • 20-page booklet with an essay by film scholar David Church
  • Reversible sleeve artwork
  • Newly translated English subtitles
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