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Visitors from the Arkana Galaxy (1981)
de Dusan Vukotic

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EDITION AVEC FOURREAU EN EXCLU FRANCE CHEZ METALUNA

Titre Original
Audio
: Croatian Mono
Sous-titres : English
Durée : 1h25
Format : Blu-ray / import US  
Zone : A
Genre : Horreur, Comédie, SF

Synopsis
Robert is a SF writer, who realizes that he can make his thoughts material. Because of that, a group of aliens arrives to Earth. Their leader is Andra, who shows affection for Robert, which does not please his girlfriend, Biba. A monster, Mumu, has arrived together with the visitors from space.

Contenu et Bonus
  • Region A Blu-ray
  • New scan of VISITORS FROM THE ARKANA GALAXY with restoration by Craig Rogers for Deaf Crocodile
  • New commentary track by film historian Samm Deighan
  • New essay by film historian and professor Jennifer Lynde Barker
  • 5 rare animated shorts by Dusan Vukotic:
-“Krava na mjesecu” (Cow On The Moon), 1959, 10 min. – in Vukotic’s delightfully jazzy, beatnik-influenced cartoon, an adorable young girl creates a rocket ship to annoy a hipster teenage boy
-“Piccolo”, 1959, 9 min. – two neighbors wage war over a noisy harmonica in Vukotic’s animated short featuring stunning mid-century artwork and design
-“1001 crtez” (1001 Drawings), 1960, 14 min. A fascinating B&W short mixing live action and animation to reveal how cartoons are drawn (In Croatian with English subtitles)
-“Surogat” (The Substitute), 1961, 10 min. – a typical Everyman spends a day at the beach where everything is inflatable, from his tent to the BBQ grill to a toothy shark. Vukotic’s Oscar-winning short is a masterpiece of angular mid-century style
-“Ars Gratia Artis”, 1969, 9 min. – in Vukotic’s surreal blend of animation and live action, a man eats a vinyl record, razor blades, thumb tacks and more
    • Blu-ray authoring by David Mackenzie of Fidelity In Motion
    • English SDH subtitles