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Cinema Paradiso: Deluxe Edition Box Set (4 Discs)

Released on 26 March 2007

Featuring: Philippe Noiret, Salvatore Cascio & Antonella Attili

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

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This fantastic deluxe edition of the timeless Cinema Paradiso features both the original theatrical version as well as Giuseppe Tornatore's Director's cut, plus a glut of extra's and a bonus CD featuring the award winning score from Ennio Morricone!

A celebration of youth, friendship, and the everlasting magic of the movies.

Salvatore, a successful film director, returns to his native Sicilian village for the funeral of his old friend Alfredo. He was the projectionist at the local Cinema Paradiso where Salvatore spent the happiest times of his childhood and developed his love of film. To the fatherless young boy Alfredo became a father figure who guided and loved him. His return also brings back poignant memories of his teenage love, Elena, whom he had to leave in order to pursue his dream.
  • Includes Original Theatrical Version and Tornatore's Director's Cut - remastered in 5.1 audio!
  • Giuseppe Tornatore: A Dream Of Sicily (52mins)
  • A Bear And A Mouse In Paradise - Documentary (26mins)
  • The Kissing Scene (7mins)
  • Original Trailer
  • Stills Gallery
  • CD Soundtrack of Ennio Morricone's award winning score

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 Average rating (7 reviews)


| | See all danieljohnsonfilms's reviews (1)

Quite frankly, it's the greatest film ever made.

Head down to your local rental store or a DVD shop, or even an online place like here (no offence play.com, cause I do love you very much) and you find all the latest releases, right now it's 'Deja Vu', last week it was 'The Sentinel' -- you know, it's all very slick films with guns and people running around a lot.. life and death situations. Thing is, you watch enough of this and you become a bit numb, you forget the true effect that cinema can have on you. You forget how beautiful and inspirational it can be.

Okay-okay, you're thinking "beautiful and inspirational? oh God, this is going to be like one of those pretentious French films from the 60's".

But no. It's not like that. Let me make a statement - a pretty outlanding one at that but a something I believe to be true:

Cinema Paradiso is the finest film ever made. And yes, I've seen Shawshank Redemption.

Please please please buy this film - watch the Director's Extended Cut; yes, the whole 2.75 hours of it. It's filmic perfection.

 Great price,great film

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An unforgettable storyline,wonderful soundtrack and beauitiful acting make this Italian drama a masterpiece.The story is told through the eyes of Toto,we travel with him as he goes from boy to adolesent to man in this moving tale of love and friendship.
Great price for a four disc extravaganza!

 Beautiful cinema, honest and sweeping

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Italian cinema in the late 20th century had fallen somewhat behind as a leading art form without the talents of Fellini, Visconti and Pasolini making films that rocked the silver screen. It's fitting then that this brilliant film pays tribute to Italy's great cinematic past, as well as the mythical allure Hollywood exerted on the world in the 1940s.
The story is tender and touching, telling of a young boy falling in love with the cinema against the wishes of all of those around him. He comes to learn that cinema is his real passion, he cannot share it and he faces being alone if he doesn't take a couple of steps back away from it.
It's the relationships in this film that make it work, most notably between Toto and Alfredo. WIthout a trace of sentimentality Toto grows up the hard way, experiencing far too few joys in his life. Come the end he realises how right everyone else was but, ina scene of untold sadness, Alfredo grants him one last happiness.
Tornatore's direction is taut but leisurely careful to move the story along with precision and detail. He displays an increasingly common technique of prolonging the ending only to deliver an emotionally powerful final scene.
Kudos to Ennio Morricone for his lush, mellow score, ranking alongside his best. It's his spiritually affecting music that ignites a sub-conscious passion behind the film to touch the heart so warmly. A beautiful little film, unsung in its greatness but extraordinary in its weight and depth.

 Must have DVD

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A wonderful film, a classic and one of the best other language films and a must have dvd. Its title might mislead you, although film is having a lot of other things including romance. Sepciality of this film is that it starts from old age, takes you back to the childhood and bring you back.

 A Projectionist's favourite

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What can I say, I cry every time I watch this film! Beautifully shot, acted and scored, it's a must for anyone in the film business or if you just love the atmosphere of the Cinema, I'm a projectionist so it holds a lot of happy memories for me. When 35mm projection finally bows out in about 10 years time this film will be a tribute to a lost art of projection, you don't just press PLAY you know! :-)
BUY IT, and have some tissues ready!

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ActorsPhilippe Noiret, Salvatore Cascio, Antonella Attili, Enzo Cannavale, Isa Danieli, Leo Gullotta, Pupella Maggio, Agnese Nano, Leopoldo Trieste, Tano Cimarosa, Nicola Di Pinto, Roberta Lena & Jacques Perrin
DirectorGiuseppe Tornatore
Certificate15 years and over
LanguagesItalian - Dolby Digital (5.1)
Duration2 hours and 50 minutes ; 2 hours and 2 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.