Kino Lorber 2019-20 Home Video Catalog - Page 92



AMERICAN CINEMA
Indie Breakthroughs
Stanley Kubrick
BESTSELLER! FEAR AND DESIRE
Virtually unseen since its theatrical premiere in
1953, FEAR AND DESIRE is the ambitious
first feature film by legendary filmmaker Stanley
Kubrick. An existential war film often compared
with the director’s Paths of Glory (1957) and Full
Metal Jacket (1958), Fear And Desire follows a
squad of soldiers who have crash-landed behind
enemy lines and must work their way downriver
to rejoin their unit. Also included on this disc is
Kubrick’s documentary short THE SEAFARERS.
FEAR AND DESIRE: U.S. 1953. 60 mins. B&W.
THE SEAFARERS: U.S. 1953. 28 mins. Color.
“...A MUST-SEE FOR KUBRICK MAVENS.”
- Houston Free Press
Blu-ray $34.95 Sale $24.97
DVD $29.95 Sale $19.99
“All hail to ‘Little
Fugitive’ and to
those who made it.”
- New York News
SPECIAL FEATURES:
• Audio Commentary
by Morris Engel
• 2 documentary films
by Mary Engel
• Theatrical trailer
• Image gallery
• Remastered from
a new HD transfer
“A Lower East Side BREATHLESS.” - Jay Carr, Boston Globe
Matthew Harrison
RHYTHM THIEF
Winner of the jury prize at the 1995 Sundance
Film Festival, RHYTHM THIEF stars Jason
Andrews (Last Exit to Brooklyn) as a NYC music bootlegger who finds himself in trouble
after ripping off the music of an all-girl punk
band. Includes director commentary.
USA. 1995. 87 min. B&W. English.
DVD $24.95 Special Price $8.99
“A feminist Vertigo.” - LA Weekly
Bette Gordon
VARIETY
Morris Engel
BESTSELLER! LITTLE FUGITIVE SPECIAL EDITION
Widely regarded as one of the most influential and enjoyable films of
the American independent cinema, LITTLE FUGITIVE is an utterly
charming fable that poetically captures the joys and wonders of childhood. Hailed by critics, LITTLE FUGITIVE is recognized as a classic of
independent film. Part of the National Registry of Top U.S. Films.
U.S. 1953. 80 min. B&W.
Blu-ray $34.95 Sale $20.97 DVD $24.95 Sale $17.47
“A TOTAL DELIGHT.” - The New York Times
Jim McBride
DAVID HOLZMAN’S
DIARY
This landmark 1967 faux-documentary
finds recently dumped David Holzman
(Kit Carson) unloading comic-neurotic
monologues straight to the camera.
Filmed like cinema verite, it’s a well-disguised fiction about the deceptions of cinematic illusionism and the lies we tell ourselves in order to live. Also includes the
short film “My Girlfriend’s Wedding.”
USA. 1967. 74 minutes. B&W. English.
Blu-ray $34.95 Special Price $14.99 DVD $29.95 Special Price $8.99
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Christine (Sandy McLeod) takes a job selling
tickets at a porno theater near Times Square.
Instead of distancing herself from the dark
and erotic nature of this milieu, she develops
an obsession that begins to consume her life.
Few films deal honestly with a female sexual
point-of-view, controversial and highly personal, VARIETY does just this.
U.S. 1984. 97 min. Color.
DVD $24.95 Special Price $9.99
Charles Lane
SIDEWALK STORIES
A young artist living in New York City
tries to make a living sketching passers-by
on the street. He survives on his meager
means and has found refuge in an abandoned building. One night, on the corner
of a back alley, he finds a little girl whose
father has just been murdered. While struggling to take care of her, he meets a young
rich woman who immediately falls in love
with this awkward couple.
USA. 1898. B&W 97 min. English.
Blu-ray $24.95 Sale $17.47 DVD $19.95 Sale $13.97
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