SIDNEY LUMET

DIRECTED BY SIDNEY LUMET - VOLUME ONE (IMPRINT COLLECTION #280-285)

1964 · 715 mins · Drama
THE PAWNBROKER (1964) A WWII Nazi death camp survivor takes refuge in misery and a bitter condemnation of humanity while managing a Harlem pawnshop subjected to an endless parade of prostitutes, pimps and thieves. THE GROUP (1966) A group of eight young women from a certain single-sex liberal arts college face the inevitable pressures to sand the rough edges off their personalities and to surrender their independence to the men in their lives and the institutions they represent. THE DEADLY AFFAIR (1967) Puzzled by the sudden suicide of a man he's recently investigated, a British secret agent persists with his...

THE PAWNBROKER (1964)
A WWII Nazi death camp survivor takes refuge in misery and a bitter condemnation of humanity while managing a Harlem pawnshop subjected to an endless parade of prostitutes, pimps and thieves.

THE GROUP (1966)
A group of eight young women from a certain single-sex liberal arts college face the inevitable pressures to sand the rough edges off their personalities and to surrender their independence to the men in their lives and the institutions they represent.

THE DEADLY AFFAIR (1967)
Puzzled by the sudden suicide of a man he's recently investigated, a British secret agent persists with his inquiries despite being warned off by the Foreign Office.

CHILD'S PLAY (1972)
At an exclusive boys' school, a new gym teacher is drawn into a feud between two older instructors, and he discovers that everything at the school is not quite as staid, tranquil and harmless as it seems.

THE OFFENCE (1973)
A burnt-out British police detective finally snaps whilst interrogating a suspected child molester.

SERPICO (1973)
Serpico presents a city in decay both literally and morally, as everybody is in on the take, and the cops and criminals are almost interchangeable.

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Info

Format
Blu-ray
Catalogue
IMP3747
Languages
English
Subtitles
English HOH
Encoding
PAL

Directed by

Sidney Lumet

Special Features

THE PAWNBROKER (1964)
NEW Audio Commentary for The Pawnbroker
Guardian Interview: Rod Steiger (1992)
Cinema of the Pilpul: A Talmudic View of Early Holocaust Cinema - Video Essay
Theatrical Trailer

THE GROUP (1966)
NEW Audio commentary by critic Adrian Martin
Theatrical Trailer

THE DEADLY AFFAIR (1967)
Special Features TBC

CHILD'S PLAY (1972)
NEW Audio commentary by film historian Howard Berger
NEW Video Essay by author/critic Kat Ellinger
NEW Interview with production designer Philip Rosenberg
Theatrical Trailer

THE OFFENCE (1973)
NEW Audio commentary by film historians Lee Pfeiffer, Tony Latino & Paul Scrabo
NEW Video Essay by film historian Howard Berger
NEW Interview with assistant director Michael Stevenson
Interview with composer Harrison Birtwistle
Interview with stage director Christopher Morahan
Interview with assistant art director Chris Burke
Interview with costume designer Evangeline Harrison
Theatrical Trailer

SERPICO (1973)
Theatrical Trailer

BECOMING LUMET - FEATURE DOCUMENTARY
Editing Lumet featurette: Alan Heim (film editor/sound editor)
Designing Lumet featurette: Philip Rosenberg (production designer)
Quincy Jones/Lumet featurette: Daniel Schweiger (film music historian)