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  Mavericks, stand out from the crowd [read more]
  Donnie Darko, Dear Wendy, The Corporation and more...
  Ferocious, unforgettable – ablaze with energy and imagination – every film in the Mavericks collections combines cinematic mastery with mesmerising vision, and hip commercial appeal with intellect. These movies are the maverick successes of world cinema, fiery diamonds in the rough and classics for any collector.

Comprising of four boxed sets Mavericks (Driven by a Vision) features the director's cut of everyone's favourite cult classic Donnie Darko, along with Easy Riders, Raging Bulls and Overnight. The second American Mavericks set (Fight the Power) features The Assassination Of Richard Nixon, Manic and The Corporation.

Two boxed sets showcasing European Mavericks feature movies such as Dear Wendy, Together, Vodka Lemon, Das Experiment, Evil and Pusher.

All four boxed sets in the Mavericks collection are released on 21st August and are fully loaded with commentaries, deleted scenes, documentaries and interviews making them a must for all collectors. You can pre-order them on the above link - or better still enter our competition to win the Driven by a Vision set!
  Darren Jones [1 Aug 2006 at 19:21]
     

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