Running til Aug 22
It's that time of the year for a big Third Window sale over at Arrow Films!
DVDs from £5 and blurays from £10!
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The majority of all our DIGITAL titles on Itunes & Amazon are on sale too!
SUMMER TIME MACHINE BLUES
From the mind of Makoto Ueda & Europe-Kikaku, the creators of Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes
The Japanese time-travel hit from 2005 is released on a physical format for the first time outside of Japan and contains loads of new and exclusive extras!
"Easily the funniest Japanese film I have seen all year…at once a fresh and familiar take on the time travel genre." – Far East Films
• Interview with creator Makoto Ueda (30 mins)
• 2 time-travel short films from Makoto Ueda:
‘A Little Fugue of Love’ (14 mins) / ‘Time Machine’ (5 min)
• Play vs Film Comparison (25 mins)
• Original Trailer
• Region B
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ONODA: 10,000 NIGHTS IN THE JUNGLE
Based on the incredible true story!
2021 Cannes Film Festival – Un Certain Regard – Opening Film
4 Stars – The Guardian
“A really well-made, old-fashioned anti-war epic in a forthright and robustly enjoyable style…I can imagine David Lean or Steven Spielberg making this”
4 Stars – The Observer
“a captivating tragicomedy, a sharp-eyed study of zealotry and self-delusion, ridiculous and heartbreaking in about equal measure”
Bluray bonus features:
• Interview with actor Kanji Tsuda
• Interview with director Arthur Harari, DOP Tom Harari and assistant director Benjamin Papin
• Region B
Third Window Films Podcast
Episode 11 now out!
The latest Episode of the Third Window Films podcast is now out!
This month features special guest JOEY LEUNG of Terracotta Distribution!
Give it a listen, and check out the other episodes if you haven't yet!
A Fugitive from the Past
Considered the magnum opus of the five decades-long career of Tomu Uchida (Bloody Spear at Mount Fuji, The Mad Fox), the epic crime drama A Fugitive from the Past was voted third in the prestigious Kinema Junpo magazine’s 1999 poll of the Top Japanese Films of the 20th Century.
Making its home video debut outside of Japan, this adaptation of Tsutomu Minakami’s 1700-page novel is a landmark in master director Uchida’s oeuvre. Its gritty monochrome photography has the immediacy of newsreel as Uchida uses the landscapes of postwar Japan to explore the massive social upheaval and unspoken legacies of the war, and create an unsettling karmic allegory of a man’s struggle to escape his past sins.
Out September 26th!