Monday Blu(e)s And DVD.



A really strong line-up awaits the week in Home Video.

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Three films from Masters Of Cinema. It’s a tough week from Eureka. Between them Wake In Fright and White Dog really push the boundaries for animal lovers. Thankfully Francesco Rosi’s Hands Over The City provides some respite, with it’s captivating tale of corruption and politics a fascinating experience.

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Two films from Arrow Video. A diverse pair from Arrow sees out March, with the title of Donald Cammell’s White Of The Eye, a creative thriller, often mentioned in the same breathe as more established canonical classics like Don’t Look Now, while Blind Woman’s Curse follows in the wake of previous Meiko Kaji releases from Arrow.

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