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  Melville: The Essential Collection on Blu-ray
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  STUDIOCANAL is proud to announce the release of a brand-new boxset of six key films from one of France's most celebrated and truly original filmmakers, Jean-Pierre Melville, in celebration of his centenary this year.

Featuring several brand-new 4k restorations and exclusive new extras, MELVILLE, THE ESSENTIAL COLLECTION will be available to own on Blu-Ray December 11. A number of the titles featured in the collection; Le Doulos, Bob Le Flambeur, Léon Morin, Prêtre, L'Armée Des Ombres and Le Cercle Rouge, will also be available to own individually on a later date.

Often regarded as the godfather of the Nouvelle Vague, the films in MELVILLE - THE ESSENTIAL COLLECTION are all examples of the daring and innovative filmmaking that would see the controversial director influence many artists and filmmakers even now, from Godard to Tarantino to Johnnie To.
  Graeme Clark [27 Oct 2017 at 00:05]
     

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