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UK Gets La Signora Senza Camelie and Le Amiche Blu-rays

The UK’s Eureka Entertainment has announced the release of two new dual-format (Blu-ray + DVD) releases in their Masters of Cinema series. Michelangelo Antonioni’s La Signora Senza Camelie (The Lady Without Camelias) and Le amiche (The Girlfriends) will both be released on March 21, 2o11 at RRP’s of £24.48.

Special features for Le amiche include:

  • Beautiful new transfer of the film in its recent restoration by Cineteca di Bologna, L’Immagine Ritrovata, and Martin Scorsese’s Film Foundation, in its original 1.37:1 aspect ratio, and presented in a 1080p AVC encode on the Blu-ray
  • A new and exclusive video introduction to the film with critic and teacher Gabe Klinger
  • A new and exclusive video featuring Gabe Klinger discussing the arc of Antonioni’s entire career
  • Optional English subtitles
  • A lengthy booklet containing newly translated critical pieces about the film, excerpts of interviews with Antonioni, and more!

Special features for La Signora Senza Camelie include:

  • Beautiful new transfer of the film in its original 1.37:1 aspect ratio, presented in a 1080p AVC encode on the Blu-ray
  • A new and exclusive video introduction to the film with critic and teacher Gabe Klinger
  • A new and exclusive video featuring Gabe Klinger discussing Antonioni in the context of the Italian production system of the 1950s
  • Optional English subtitles
  • A lengthy booklet containing newly translated critical pieces about the film, excerpts of interviews with Antonioni, and a lengthy debate between Antonioni and critic Luigi Chiarini on the subject of the film.

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