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Straw Dogs: Ultimate 40th Anniversary Edition

Straw Dogs: Ultimate 40th Anniversary Edition

Released on 24 October 2011

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 18 years and over

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To commemorate the 40th Anniversary of Sam Peckinpah's controversial Straw Dogs, the film has been fully restored to create the definitive version of one of the most intensely powerful and menacing portrayals of violence to appear on the big screen. Released in 1971 and banned from home viewing under the 1984 Video Recordings Act, his disturbing masterpiece can now be seen in its 'uncut' form as he intended. D avid Sumner (Dustin Hoffman) is a quiet American mathematician who has moved with his wife Amy (Susan George) back to a remote Cornish farmhouse near the village where she grew up. The couple have relocated to rural England in an attempt to flee the violence of America but their placid life is brutally interrupted when the savagery and violence they sought to escape engulfs them and threatens to destroy their lives.
  • Region 0
  • Original US theatrical trailer (1971)
  • 3 US TV & 5 radio spots (1971)
  • Commentaries from Sam Peckinpah Biographers: Garner Simmons, David Weddle, Paul Seydor & close friend and PA of Sam Peckinpah: Katy Haber
  • Interviews with Susan George, Producer Dan Melnick and Sam Peckinpah Biographer Garner Simmons
  • Isolated Jerry Fielding score in Stereo with additional cues
  • Stills
  • Original film posters & lobby cards
  • History of Straw Dogs and the Censors
  • Reviews, filmographies, facts & fascinating correspondence
  • Before and After: Restoring a classic
certificate18 years and over
directorSam Peckinpah
duration1 hour and 53 minutes