The English patient / Miramax Films presents a Saul Zaentz production ; an Anthony Minghella film ; screenplay by Anthony Minghella ; produced by Saul Zaentz ; directed by Anthony Minghella.
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- ISBN: 0788853392
- ISBN: 9780788853395
- Physical Description: 2 videodiscs (162 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: Burbank, CA : Miramax Home Entertainment : [2004?]
|General Note:|| Based on the novel by Michael Ondaatje.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1996.
Disc one: Special features: feature commentary with director Anthony Minghella; feature commentary with director and screenwriter Anthony Minghella, producer Saul Zaentz, and English Patient author Michael Ondaatje.
Disc two: Bonus material: About Michael Ondaatje (22 min.); From novel to screenplay: interviews with cast and crew (8 min.); The formidable Saul Zaentz (2 min.); A historical look at the real Count Almasy (9 min.); Filmmaker conversations (79 min.); The work of Stuart Craig: production designer (4 min.); The eyes of Phil Bray: still photographer (3 min.); Master class with Anthony Minghella: deleted scenes (20 min.); Black and white to colour: the making of The English Patient (53 min.); Reviews of The English Patient [text feature]; sneak peeks [previews] (9 min.).
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Opening credits -- Last requests -- Questions and answers -- Minefield -- Hana stays behind -- Story of Candaules -- New houseguest -- Dangerous Bach -- Writings on the wall -- Newfound feelings -- Katherine remains -- Sandstorm -- Reading lessons -- Unexpected visitor -- Illicit liaisons -- Plan of surprise -- Gift for Kip -- Clearing out -- Torture room -- Drunken spectacle -- Volume of light -- Defusing the bomb -- It's raining -- Disastrous celebration -- Caravaggio's departure -- Death flight -- In need of help -- Train trip -- Reflections -- Fatal injection -- End credits.
|Restrictions on Access Note:|| For private home use only.
|Creation/Production Credits Note:|| Director of photography, John Seale ; film editor, Walter Murch ; original music composed by Gabriel Yared ; costume designer, Ann Roth ; production designer, Stuart Craig.
|Participant or Performer Note:|| Ralph Fiennes (Almásy), Juliette Binoche (Hana), Willem Dafoe (Caravaggio), Kristin Scott Thomas (Katharine Clifton), Naveen Andrews (Kip), Colin Firth (Geoffrey Clifton), Julian Wadham (Madox), Jürgen Prochnow (Major Muller), Kevin Whately (Hardy), Clive Merrison (Fenelon-Barnes), Nino Castelnuovo (D'Agostino), Hichem Rostom (Fouad), Peter Rühring (Bermann).
|Summary, etc.:|| At the end of World War II, a mysterious, horribly burned man who claims not to remember his name, known only as the "English patient," lies near death in an Italian villa. He is cared for by a quietly desperate young nurse, Hana, herself a victim of the war. With her at the villa are Kip, a young Sikh bomb-disposal expert, and a shadowy thief with bandaged hands named Caravaggio. The key to the burned man's past may lie in his commonplace book, a volume of Herodotus, and its intimations of the sacred whirlwind of a great, mysterious, passionate, and tragically doomed love, which trapped two unsuspecting people, forever.
|Target Audience Note:|| MPAA rating: rated R, for sexuality, some violence and language.
|System Details Note:|| DVD; Region 1, NTSC; DTS 5.1 Digital surround sound, Dolby Digital surround sound; widescreen presentation, aspect ratio 1.85:1.
|Language Note:|| In English with optional subtitles in Spanish and French; closed-captioned.
|Awards Note:|| Winner, 1997 Academy Awards for Best Picture (Saul Zaentz); Best Director (Anthony Minghella); Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Juliette Binoche); Best Cinematography (John Seale); Best Film Editing (Walter Murch); Best Music, Original Dramatic Score (Gabriel Yared); Best Sound (Walter Murch, Mark Berger, David Parker, Christopher Newman); Best Art Direction-Set Decoration (Stuart Craig, Stephanie McMillan); Best Costume Design (Ann Roth).
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