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February 01, 2006


Hopefully the DVD distributors will cut the bullshit and give us a full, 3-version set with the first pressing; even having only seen the wide-release, 135 minute version, I'm ready to fork over a day's pay to see this masterwork from two more perspectives.

Couldn't agree more. I don't even want to consider the possibility that the initial disc will only contain one version, and that we'll have to wait months (years?) for all three cuts to surface on DVD.

Exactly. I'm still wet with anticipation should Malick ever realease the 6-hour cut of Thin Red Line. Even if it's greatly inferior to the 3-hour masterpeice, it'd still be worth a look; however, if we could have anything modern that could rival the scope of, say, silent films like Greed and Abel Gance's Napolean, then I could die a happy cinephile.

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