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Oppenheimer 4K SteelBook (France)

Oppenheimer 4K SteelBook (France)

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SteelBook Info: Inside Artwork: Yes
Emboss/Deboss: Yes
Finish Type: TBA
 Actors: Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr., Florence Pugh, Josh Hartnett
Director: Christopher Nolan
Language: ENGLISH: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
FRENCH: DTS 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
GERMAN: DTS 5.1
ITALIAN: DTS 5.1
Subtitles: French, English SDH, German, Italian, Dutch
Region: Untested
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1, 2.20:1
Number of Discs: 3
Rating: R
Orig Release Date: 2023
Studio: Universal
Release Date: 11/22/2023
Run Time: 180 Min.
Special Features:
  • The Story of Our Time: The Making of Oppenheimer (HD, 73 minutes) - This production documentary, divided into seven parts, delivers a comprehensive overview of the film's genesis, development, shoot and post-production.
    • Part 1: Now I Am Become Death (HD, 7 minutes) - Filmmaker Christopher Nolan helms the first part of this longer look behind the scenes, touching on the evolution of culture and its response to atomic energy and threats over the years, his experience as a young man.
    • Part 2: The Luminaries (HD, 11 minutes) - Oppenheimer, his compatriots and colleagues, and his adversaries are brought alongside the cast in this overview of the performances and more subtle touches brought to the screen.
    • Part 3: The Manhattan Project (HD, 17 minutes) - Nolan's use of IMAX cameras and photography is explored in welcome detail, offering cinephiles more than a glimpse into his process and the benefits to his methods and madness.
    • Part 4: The Devil of the Details (HD, 17 minutes) - Examination of the film's production design, from the locations to the sets, props, historically accurate recreations and more.
    • Part 5: Walking a Mile (HD, 6 minutes) - Completing the actors' transformation into their characters are the masterfully designed costumes, make-up and hair.
    • Part 6: Can You Hear the Music? (HD, 7 minutes) - A look at the film's score. 
    • Part 7: We Can Perform This Miracle (HD, 7 minutes) - Cast and crew praise Nolan and the steadiness of his hand at the helm, his eye for cinematic clarity, and his penchant for sinking his teeth into any challenge.
  • Innovations in Film: 65MM Black and White Film in Oppenheimer (HD, 8 minutes): Physical film, its legacy and the benefits of its use are brought front and center in this welcome featurette. Its use doesn't bring ease, nor does it make editing a cinch. Quite the opposite. But Nolan's enthusiasm for the appearance and texture of film stock over digital photography is laid bare, and his argument for its use is compelling.
  • Meet the Press Q&A Panel (HD, 35 minutes) - Nolan is joined by moderator Chuck Todd, author Kai Bird, Interstellar consultant, physicist and author Kip Thorn and physicist Carlo Rovelli for a science-forward Q&A panel.
  • To End All War: Oppenheimer & The Atomic Bomb (HD, 87 minutes): This newly produced documentary film from director Christopher Cassel digs into the nitty gritty of Oppenheimer's life, the development of the atomic pan, the Los Alamos laboratory and project, Russia and other nation's race to achieve their own destructive weapons, and more.
  • Trailers (HD, 14 minutes) - A number of promotional trailers are included, among them a teaser, two trailers, an IMAX exclusive trailer, and a five-minute opening look trailer.
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