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Marriage Italian Style

Critically acclaimed neorealist director Vittorio De Sica (Umberto D., Bicycle Thieves) examines the Italian marriage in a newly remastered and restored HD version of Marriage Italian Style, thanks to CultFilms, with a Blu-ray, DVD and digital release on 10 July 2017.

Marcello Mastroianni (Dolce Vita, Fellini's 8 1/2) plays Domenico, a businessman who is used to being in control until he meets former prostitute Filumena (Sophia Loren - Nine, Pret A Porter). Sparks fly and she becomes both his mistress and the manager of his pastry shop. All is well until Domenico begins courting another, younger woman, and flaunts his new relationship in front of her...




Dunkirk

May 1940 saw the biggest evacuation in military history, with in excess of 330,000 allied troops rescued from Dunkirk with the help of British civilians working side by side with the armed forces in an amazing show of compassion and solidarity. Now this true, awe-inspiring story is told in the outstanding BAFTA-winning BBC docudrama Dunkirk, which arrives on DVD 10 July 2017 courtesy of Arrow Films. Narrated by Timothy Dalton (Licence to Kill) and starring a stellar all-star cast including Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock), Simon Russell Beale (Penny Dreadful), Michael Legge (Shameless), Phil Cornwell (Jericho), Kevin McNally (Pirates of the Caribbean) and Richard Attlee (My Week With Marilyn), as his grandfather Clement Attlee, this fascinating film portrays real characters based on first-hand accounts of the event.




Liberation Day

When North Korea invited the first foreign rock group ever to perform there, for its 70th Anniversary Liberation Day celebrations, who do you think they chose, was it The Rolling Stones; U2; Pink Floyd maybe? No to the surprise on the whole world they chose Slovenian art-rock group Laibach.

Now in a mind-boggling, eye-opening new feature documentary, Liberation Day, from Norwegian director Morten Traavik and Latvian director Uģis Olte we get to experience what happens when cult band Laibach, from former Yugoslavia, become the first rock group ever to perform in the fortress state of North Korea. The film is set for available exclusively on iTunes from 3 July 2017 thanks to Dogwoof.




Boccaccio 70'

This summer, screen goddess Sophia Loren dazzles in HD in a trio of Italian cinema classics Boccaccio 70', Marriage Italian Style and Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. These world cinema greats arrive on DVD and Blu-ray for the first time in both English and original Italian with improved subtitles - all complete with brand new special features in distinctive collector's packaging courtesy of CultFilms.

Women take the lead in Boccaccio 70', four arresting tales of women's empowerment and the sexual revolution in post-war Italy in a superb HD remaster set for a Blu-ray, DVD and digital release on 26 June 2017.

The inimitable Federico Fellini (81/2) directs his first colour work in The Temptation of Dr. Antonio, which produced the unforgettable image of a giant Anita Ekberg (La Dolce Vita) coming alive from a billboard in an old man's obsessive fantasy come true. The Job, directed by Luchino Visconti (The Leopard, Death in Venice), stars Hollywood icon Romy Schneider (Sissi) as an aristocratic housewife who turns the tables on her philandering husband - featuring what Time Magazine described as "surely one of the most provocative stripteases to be recorded on film". Vittorio de Sica (Umberto D, Two Women, Bicycle Thieves) directs the one and only Sophia Loren (Two Women) in The Raffle, a comedy in which a woman puts herself up as a prize in a carnival raffle. The portraits conclude with Renzo and Luciana (Mario Monicelli - The Great War) which follows the plight of a devoted couple hiding their love from their factory employers.




Versailles

Stylish, bloody, violent, sexually charged, drama Versailles recently returned for its second series on BBC Two and now it arrives on DVD alongside Versailles The Complete Series One and Two Box Set courtesy of Acorn Media International.

France, 1667. Louis XIV (George Blagden), in a Machiavellian political move in his 28th year, decides to make the nobility submit to his will by imposing a move of the court from Paris to Versailles. Trapped by their king's "invitation", the nobles of Paris gradually come to see the castle as a gilded prison and soon even his most humble courtiers begin to show their viciousness and danger threatens the kingdom, even so far as the court of Versailles into which a deadly poison seeps.




The Amityville Horror

It's one of the all-time horror greats, it spawned numerous sequels, spin-offs and inspired numerous haunted house copycats. It even became the subject of a top 20 hit single - Lovebug Starski's Amityville (House on the Hill). And now, almost 40 years after it scared homeowners everywhere witless, The Amityville Horror is finally getting its first ever UK Blu-ray release in a limited edition Steelbook courtesy of Second Sight on 26 June 2017.




Guerrilla

Penned by 12 Years A Slave Oscar-winning screenwriter John Ridley, recently lauded by The Guardian as 'the most important man in TV' and boasting an impeccable cast, Guerrilla is the hugely anticipated political drama which, following its run on Sky Atlantic, is set for its home entertainment release on 19 June 2017 courtesy of Dazzler Media. This sprawling, multi-layered tale of the nascent black power movement in the UK in the early 1970s, is co-executive-produced by and also stars Idris Elba (The Wire), alongside a stellar cast including Freida Pinto (Slumdog Millionaire), Babou Ceesay (Free Fire), Zawe Ashton (Fresh Meat), Rory Kinnear (Skyfall), Daniel Mays (Line of Duty), Nathanial Martello-White (Life Just Is), and Denise Gough (The Fall).




The Diary of a Nobody

One of Britain's finest acting talents Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey, Paddington) takes on one of Victorian England's most enduring comic creations The Diary of a Nobody.

Adapted by the peerless Andrew Davies (Pride and Prejudice, War and Peace), this witty four-part BBC adaptation of one of Britain's most entertaining novels arrives on DVD, on-demand and download on 12 June 2017 courtesy of Second Sight.



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