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JAMES CAMERON - TITANIC - 4 x Blu-ray + 3D + DVD
Tytuł oryginalny: Titanic
Tytuł polski: Titanic
Rok produkcji: 1997
Kraj:  
Reżyseria: James Cameron
Obsada: Kate Winslett, Leonardo DiCaprio, Billy Zane, Kathy Bates, Bernard Hill

Opis:

Film nie wymaga chyba przedstawienia.

Morze - a właściwie ocean - dodatków (patrz niżej)

Olśniewająca jakość obrazu (2D i 3D) oraz dźwięku!

Obraz:  
Czas trwania: 194 min + wiele godzin dodatków
Dźwięk: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, polski lektor 5.1 (obie wersje)
Napisy: polskie (obie wersje) angielskie i in. 
Polska wersja językowa: lektor, napisy (obie wersje)
Dodatki:  Disc One: 

  • Audio Commentary: James Cameron (from 2005). Though not necessarily a fan of audio commentary tracks, Cameron speaks on the film for the benefit of its many fans. He begins the track with discussions of the opening titles and the making of the underwater footage, which includes both simulated and real images. He follows by speaking on the picture's themes, the cast, the exhaustive research and attention to detail present in the film, minor inaccuracies, real Titanic history and the remaining mysteries surrounding the sinking, the massive digital effects, the picture's sets, and plenty more. There are also a wide array of anecdotes, minor insights that really fill in some of the small and ultra-specifics secrets from the making of the movie. His track is fast-paced, very thorough, quite informative, and a pleasure to hear. This is a must-listen commentary track.
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  • Audio Commentary: Cast and Crew (from 2005). Executive Producer Rae Sanchini, Producer John Landau, Deep Dive Technology Coordinator Ralph White, Second Unit Director Steve Quale, Actor Bill Paxton, First Assistant Director Josh McLaglen, Re-Recording Mixer Gary Rydstrom, Art Director Martin Laing, Camera Operator/Steadicam Jimmy Muro, Actress Gloria Stuart, Actor Lewis Abernathy, Actress Kate Winslet, Actress Frances Fisher, Costume Designer Deborah Scott, 4-Ward/VFX Supervisor Robert Skotak, Actor Danny Nucci, Composer James Horner, Music Editor Joe Rand, Director of Photography Russell Carpenter, Actor Jonathan Hyde, Actor Jason Barry, Actor Billy Zane, Actress Kathy Bates, Production Designer Peter Lamont, Actor Victor Garber, Actor Bernard Hill, Etiquette Coach Lynne Hockney, Unit Production Manager Kevin De La Noy, Digital Domain-VFX Supervisor Rob Legato, Sound Designer/Re-Recording Mixer Christopher Boyes, Stunt Coordinator Simon Crane, Actress Jeanette Goldstein, Actor Ioan Gruffudd, Core Extra Ellen Mower, Core Extra Judy Prestininzi, and Actress Suzy Amis all contribute in some manner and usually specific to their area of expertise or role in the film. Though most have been recorded individually and the track has been edited together after the fact, it's a smooth, easy, and captivating listen that covers pretty much everything there is to discuss about the film. Music, sound effects, destroying the ship, plot points, themes, digital effects, the cast, and even the story behind the Celine Dion song shape this commentary. It flows very well and fans owe it to themselves to experience this fantastic track.
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  • Audio Commentary: Historians Don Lynch and Ken Marschall (from 2005). The Historians open with a detailed recount of the underwater sequence that's as knowledgable and technical as anything found in the previous two tracks. Before the film's transition to 1912, they speak on their connection withTitanic survivors, the plot, cast performances, the film's structure, and more. As the action shifts to the past, the historians fall into their element, beginning with a conveyance of their pleasure with the first appearance of the 1912 Titanic. They speak on costume accuracy, set details, prop specifics, the general history of the ship and the time of its one and only departure, filmmaking techniques, digital and model work, survivor tales, and plenty more. By this time, and if the tracks have been heard in the order listed, some of the information will understandably be repeated. Still, there's plenty of revealing and interesting insights unique to this track. This is another fascinating commentary, very well spoken and a must for any film fan or person interested in the real history of the Titanic.
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Disc Two: 

Documentaries: 

  • Reflections on TITANIC (1080p, 1:03:47): An enthralling and fast-paced four-part feature that covers the making of one of the last major Hollywood epics. Cast and crew speak on setting the sinking of the ship against a classic romance. The feature also examines casting and the young couple headlining the film, DiCaprio's and Winslet's on-set friendship and their differing acting styles, the expansive sets and filming locations, the authenticity of the recreated ship, James Cameron's work and dedication, and budgeting. The piece also examines the media scrutiny surrounding the film and the massive pre-film buzz, pushing the release date from July 1997 to December 1997, cutting the film together, a Mall of America pre-release surprise test screening, the trailer's release, the Japanese premiere, the cast's reaction to seeing the final cut for the first time, critical reaction to the film, and the picture's box office returns. The piece also extensively covers worldwide enthusiasm for the film, Leonardo DiCaprio's sudden surge in popularity, the film's themes and audience reaction to its layers, James Horner's score and the impact of Celine Dion's song, the picture's legacy, and Titanic's place in popular culture. Next, there's a look back at the picture's award nominations and wins, Cameron's "king of the world" Oscar comment, fan backlash after Titanic fever finally settled down, the rise in interest and intrigue in the realTitanic spurred on by the film, the picture's influence today, and Cameron's work after the film. Finally, this documentary ends with a look at the restoration and 3D conversion and the film's 3D premiere. Of all the bonus features new and old in this set, this is the single finest of the bunch. The supplement is constructed of older behind-the-scenes footage, framed at 1.33:1, and new interview clips, presented in 1.78:1 high definition.
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  • TITANIC: The Final Word with James Cameron (1080p, 1:36:16): James Cameron and a collection of eight experts discuss what really happened to the RMS Titanic. The team includes Artist and Visual Historian Ken Marschall, RMS Titanic Inc.'s Director of Underwater Operations PH Nargeolet, RMS TitanicInc.'s Director of Research Bill Sauder, Naval Systems Engineer Mark Stephenson, the Titanic Historical Society's Chief Historian Don Lynch, W.H.O.I.'s Director of Special Projects David Gallo, Naval Architect Commander Jeffrey Stettler, and Naval Architect and Salvage Engineer Brian Thomas. The feature plays out like a captivating roundtable forensic examination, as evidence is introduced and debated, approved, or discarded. Dive footage, survivor testimony, cutting-edge digital recreations, and more serve as clues to piece together the final word, the true story behind the famous sinking. It's technical and very detailed yet very accessible and quite the entertaining piece.
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Deleted Scenes

  • Deleted and Extended Scenes (1080p, 57:32): James Cameron Introduction, 'I'll Be the First,' Rose Feels Trapped, Brock's Dilemma/Rose Visits Third Class, Rose's Dreams, 'Come Josephine...,' Extended Sneaking to First Class, Extended Escape from Lovejoy, A Kiss in the Boiler Room, Wireless Room/The Californian, 'How 'Bout a Little Ice?,' Flirting with Ice, The First 'S.O.S.,' Ismay Panics, Molly Brown's Rowing School, Irish Hospitality, Ida Straus Won't Leave, Farewell to Helga, Boat Six Won't Return, Release the Hounds, A Husband's Letter, Jack and Lovejoy Fight, Guggenheim and Astor, 'I'm Not Going,' Cora's Fate, Extended Jack and Rose in the Water, 'Out of the Question,' 'How Dare You!,' Chinese Man Rescue, Extended Carpathia Sequence, and Alternate Ending. With optional James Cameron commentary.
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Production: 

  • Behind the Scenes (480p):
    • Deep Dive (1:05): Cameron discusses practice model work utilized to ensure a better finished deep dive sequence.
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    • Upside Down Wreck Miniature (1:07): Further information on the miniature work used in making the opening scenes and the rationale behind filming the models upside down.
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    • Escondido Underwater Set (1:08): The construction of portions of a life-sized recreation of the sunken vessel.
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    • Two Roses (1:08): Gloria Stuart discusses getting to know Kate Winslet, while Winslet praises Stuart's work, life, and their time together.
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    • Sinking Simulation (0:54): The purpose behind showing a digital recreation of the ship's sinking early in the movie.
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    • 1912 Morph Transition VFX (1:04): The process of making the morph from the sunken ship as it was in 1997 to a shot of the vessel afloat in 1912.
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    • Southampton Flop (1:24): The complex process of recreating a scene being necessarily filmed backwards.
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    • View from the Pub VFX (0:53): Digitally recreating the ship and dock as seen from the pub in which Jack wins his tickets.
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    • Leaving Port VFX (0:46): Another glimpse into a digital shot, this one covering the ship's departure from Southampton.
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    • Melting Pot (0:57): Historian Don Lynch and others discuss the diverse collection of extras as seen in the film, which reflects the historically accurate manifest.
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    • The Millionaire's Suite (1:06): Lynch and others speak on the contrast between the ship's different accommodations.
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    • The Engine Room (1:22): A brief but detailed look at the making and photographing of the ship's engine room.
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    • Titanic at Sea (0:58): Making the flyby shots of the ship out at sea.
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    • Digital People (0:55): Using motion capture to aid in the creation of digital characters for the ship.
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    • The Million Dollar Shot (2:17): Making the "King of the World!" shot.
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    • The Big Exterior Ship Set (1:00): Building a nearly accurate-sized Titanic.
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    • Rose Suicide (1:15): Behind-the-scenes of the making of this crucial scene.
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    • Big Ship Set VFX (0:37): Making use of models, small video cameras, and digital effects to envision shots.
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    • Tux Story (0:55): A look at the scene in which Molly Brown lends a tuxedo to Jack Dawson.
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    • The Grand Staircase (1:07): Constructing one of the film's centerpiece sets.
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    • Costume Design (1:03): A short look at the importance of using authentic costumes.
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    • First Class Dining Shot (1:08): Building an accurate reproduction of the ship's large dining area, including the use of authentic carpeting and silverware.
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    • The Dinner Shoot (0:56): The arduous process of shooting the complex dinner scene.
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    • Third Class Party (1:16): Winslet discusses making this scene, intercut with behind-the-scenes footage of scene rehearsals.
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    • A Woman's Place (1:23): A discussion of the history of women's period clothes and the place of young women in the era of Titanic.
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    • The Etiquette Kid (1:26): "Tea Room Girl" Ellie Bensinger and Etiquette Coach Lynne Hockney star in a brief dinner table mother-daughter etiquette demonstration.
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    • The Boiler Room (0:50): Tricks of the trade in the making of the boiler room scenes, including the use of mirrors to give the illusion of a larger set.
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    • Flooding Hold Miniature (0:28): Making one of the more challenging flooding/destruction scenes.
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    • Iceberg/Deck VFX (1:02): The multilayered process of creating the crash effect as it's seen from the top of the deck.
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    • Boiler Room Flooding (0:42): Shooting one of the film's critical scenes.
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    • First Class Lounge Miniature (0:44): Making this room at 1/4 scale and filming full-size against a green screen.
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  • Construction Timelapse (480p, 4:20): A quick look at the making of the ship, doing "in 100 days with 500 workers what it took 14,000 men over three years to accomplish...sort of." With optional Ed Marsh commentary.
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  • Deep Dive Presentation Narrated by James Cameron (480p, 15:30): A tour of the wreckage of theTitanic and shooting it with a 35mm camera. Cameron discusses his passion for exploring shipwrecks, the value of the expedition to the film, the process of shooting underwater, taking the robotics inside the ship, and the images the cameras capture.
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  • $200,000,001: A Ship's Odyssey (The TITANIC Crew Video) (480p, 17:52): A humorous, extended montage of behind-the-scenes footage. In essence, a very long gag reel.
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  • Videomatics (480p): 

    • Videomatics Introduction (1:08): An overview of the importance of pre-visualization and the process of making use of it for a film of this scope.
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    • Sinking Sequence (1:27): A raw look at the final pre-visualization model work for and video recording of the final ship sinking sequence, which is highly reflective of the finished product, completed nearly two years later.
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    • Deep Dive (0:51): Another behind-the-scenes look at the importance of pre-visualization, this time focusing on the detailed planning for photographing the deep dive shots with the greatest precision and efficiency possible.
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  • Visual Effects (480p):
    • VFX Shot Breakdown: "Engine Room" (2:22): A collection of images and video clips that capture the process of creating the engine room visuals, including the use of miniatures and the importance of scale.
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    • VFX How-To For "I'm Flying" (1:41): More work with miniatures, digital effects, composites, and actors in the making of one of the film's signature scenes.
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    • VFX How-To For "First Class Lounge" (1:56): Another look at constructing the lounge in miniature and filming actors against a green screen.
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    • Titanic Sinking Simulation (2:03): A digital depiction of how and why the ship sunk following the iceberg collision and the taking on of water.
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Archives: 

  • Music Video (480p, 4:46): "My Heart Will Go On" by Celine Dion.
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  • Trailers (480p/1080p): Teaser Trailer: Concept Artwork (480p, 1:50), Theatrical Trailer 2 (1080p, 4:15),Theatrical Trailer 3 (1080p, 2:32), International Trailer (1080p, 1:06), 2012 Release Trailer (1080p, 2:11), and 2012 Release Trailer 3D (1080p 3D, 2:09).
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  • TV Spots (480p): Destiny (0:20) Opposite Worlds (0:34), Know the Legend (0:20), Nothing You Expect(0:35), Heart Will Go On (1:04), See it Again (0:19), and Honored (0:20).
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  • Still Galleries (1080p):
    • 'Titanic' Scriptment by James Cameron: A reproduction of his script.
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    • Storyboard SequencesMir Sequence, Southampton Departure, Ode to Titanic, Pre-Collision Scenes, Iceberg Collision, Loading Lifeboats/Panic, Final Sinking Sequence, Aftermath and Rescue, and Final Shot.
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    • Production ArtworkProduction Paintings by Tom Lay, Costume Design Art by David Le Vey,and Wreck Sketches by James Cameron.
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    • PhotographsDouglas Kirkland's Gallery, Billy Zane's Photography, Deep Dive, Escondido, Halifax, Rosarito, Model Shop, Russell Carpenter's Polaroid Trail, and Core Extras' Scrapbook.
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    • Ken Marschall's Painting Gallery: Artowrk which inspired Cameron's vision for the film. From the Madison Press Book "Titanic: An Illustrated History."
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    • Concept Posters and One Sheets: From both the 1997 and 2012 releases.


  • Titanic ParodiesMTV's '1998 Movie Awards' Skit (480p, 4:37), 'Saturday Night Live' Skit (Air Date January 9, 1999) (480p, 4:50), and 'Titanic' in 30 Seconds (1080p, 0:51).
Region: 2/B (Polska, Europa)
Ilość dysków: 4
ITEMID: 3492 # UNID: TITANICEBAY # EXTCODE: # CAT: 1214554162 # TRAITPL1: # TRAITPL2: #
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