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12th February 2006 18:24  #1

£ukasz D Member Join Date: August 2005 Location: Poland Posts: 859 Send a message via Skype to £ukasz D
Great Exclusive Polish "30 great" dvd collection
Hey.......i want to tell you about some great Edition that is curantly beeing published in Poland.
It is "30 All Time movies" issued by Polish magazine "Gazeta Wyborcza".....it's a selection (from a range of only Warner Bross) of 30 movies from 1930-1990.
Every DVD is released as a kind of a book. It's a combination of a book about movie, director, the stars of it, some pices of review, some nice photos from teh movie and "makeing of" and a plate with a DVD Disk.
It will be released one DVD a week for a price of 7,5 Euro.
The first DVD of the set is "The Name of The Rose" by J.J. Annaud.




Greatings Happy

13th February 2006 12:43  #2

Je Ff Member Join Date: February 2005 Location: United States Posts: 438
That looks REALLY cool.  I wish they'd do something like that over here.  Not that I'm not open to foreign films, I just wouldn't spend money on 30 movies I've never seen.

13th February 2006 23:41  #3

£ukasz D Member Join Date: August 2005 Location: Poland Posts: 859 Send a message via Skype to £ukasz D
the next one is "AMADEUS" by Milos Forman...
among the 30 would be classics like "Bulit", "Clockwork Orange", "One Flew Over The Cockoo's Nest", "2001: Space Odysey", "Empire of The Sun", "Casablanca" and many more classic movies. All presentet with Oryginal Audio plus English and Polish Sub.

14th February 2006 0:40  #4

Je Ff Member Join Date: February 2005 Location: United States Posts: 438
Oh, that's cool.  I'd expected them all to be Polish movies.  Now that I look closely, I can see Casablanca, 2001, and is that Doctor Zhivago?  Still, the only way I have to watch R2 DVDs is on my computer, and the only R2 DVDs I have are the 2 French TF1 releases of the Kill Bill movies.  I was on a trip over the summer and I was at the Louvre (while they were filming DaVinci), and there was a HUGE shopping center under the museum, which I was unaware of, and I bought the 2 Kill Bills as souvenirs as my first R2 DVDs and as my favorite movies.  It is nice though to look at those pictures and see that there are companies getting it right.

14th February 2006 1:06  #5

Donnie_Darko Banned Join Date: January 2006 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 352
I would do that but I have like half those films

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