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The Jacques Rivette Collection, DUAL FORMAT: 8 BLU-RAYs & 8 DVDs)

 

Out 1: Noli Me Tangere (1971)           Out 1: Spectre (1974)

Noroît (1976)                         Duelle (1976)                  M
erry-Go-Round (1981)

 

 

Directed by Jacques Rivette

 

 

The Jacques Rivette Collection brings together some of the director's hardest to see works, each restored, newly translated and debuting on home video for the first time in UK.

Out 1 is one of the crowning achievements of Rivette's remarkable career. Conceived as a television mini-series, this near-thirteen-hour monolith consists of eight feature-length episodes revolving around two theatre troupes, blackmail and conspiracy. Multiple characters introduce multiple plotlines, weaving a rich tapestry across an epic runtime.

Originally screened just the once in its full-length version in 1971, Out 1 was then re-conceived by Rivette as a four-and-a-half-hour feature and re-named Out 1: Spectre to acknowledge its shadow-like nature. Both are presented in this boxed-set, fully restored and with newly-translated English subtitles.

Complementing Out 1 are two parallel films , Duelle (une quarantaine) and Noroît (une vengeance). The former sees Rivette head into fantasy territory: the Queen of the Sun (Bulle Ogier) and the Queen of the Night (Juliet Berto) search for a magical diamond in present-day Paris. The latter is a loose adaptation of The Revenger's Tragedy and a pirate tale, starring Geraldine Chaplin (Nashville, Cría cuervos). Also included is Merry-Go-Round, in which Joe Dallesandro (Flesh for Frankenstein) and Maria Schneider (The Passenger, Last Tango in Paris) are summoned to Paris, kickstarting the most surreal of all Rivette's mysteries.

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Distribution

Arrow - Region 'B' (some discs Region FREE*) - Blu-ray

Subtitles

English, None

Features

Release Information:
Studio: Arrow

Edition Details:


The Mysteries of Paris: Jacques Rivette’s Out 1 Revisited – a brand-new feature length documentary by Robert Fischer and Wilfried Reichart containing interviews with actors Bulle Ogier, Michael Lonsdale and Hermine Karagheuz, cinematographer Pierre-William Glenn, assistant director Jean-François Stévenin and producer Stéphane Tchalgadjieff, as well as rare archival interviews with actors Jacques Doniol-Valcroze and Michel Delahaye, and director Jacques Rivette

Remembering Duelle - Interview with Bulle Oglier and Hermine Karagheuz(11:00)
Scenes from a Parallel Life: Jacques Rivette Remembers – archive interview with the director, in which he discusses Duelle (une quarantaine), Noroît (une vengeance) and Merry-Go-Round (51:43)  
Brand-new interview with critic Jonathan Rosenbaum, who reported from the sets of both Duelle (une quarantaine) and Noroît (une vengeance) (22:25)
Exclusive perfect-bound book containing new writing on the films by Mary M. Wiles, Brad Stevens, Ginette Vincendeau and Nick Pinkerton

Blu-ray Release Date: January 18th, 2016

 

Blu-ray Package

 

 

 

 

Comments:

NOTE: These Blu-ray captures were taken directly from the Blu-ray discs.

Technically, this new Arrow has virtually the exact same technical transfer as the Carlotta for Out 1 and Spectre - reviewed HERE. The image captures for those two films are likewise - the same. I've compared ones from each episode myself and our software cannot produce a different image - same French 2K transfers, these are a duplicate with the exact same bitrates, same subtitle font (slightly larger - see sample), same chapter stops, and running times down to the 1/1000th of a second. Any intrepid techno-philes can see I have included new bitrate graphs and new file sizes that only vary marginally from the opposing release (respective company logos etc.). So, for the case of expediency, I've left the captures from Carlotta's Out 1 and Spectre, removing a few to add more for Duelle (une quarantaine), Noroît (une vengeance) - both comparisons with the Les films de ma vie - PAL DVD (see below) and Merry-Go-Round.

The Arrow does only offer optional English subtitles (for the French dialogue - not the English dialogue in Merry-Go-Round) not the choice of French subtitles nor a simply Dolby audio track as well.

In summation: This The Jacques Rivette Collection from Arrow Academy differs in a few ways. It includes - as the Carlotta set does - 2K restorations of the Out 1: Noli Me Tangere and Out 1: Spectre - on four dual-layered and one dual-layered Blu-ray respectively - supervised by cinematographer Pierre-William Glenn but it adds Rivette's Duelle (une quarantaine), Noroît (une vengeance) and Merry-Go-Round on separate BDs. *But those three Blu-rays are Region FREE where the Out 1 and Spectre, on the Arrow, are region 'B'-locked. The Arrow Collection is limited to 3,000 copies.

NOTE: There was a 5 DVD set, out of Germany HERE by Absolut Medien that contained Out 1: Noli Me Tangere and Out 1: Spectre . It was in PAL but region FREE but not from the current restoration. I expect the compression would be quite poor.

Incidental: At DVDBeaver we have reviewed many Rivette films on disc (Histoire de Marie et Julien, Va Savoir, Le pont du Nord, La belle noiseuse, Céline et Julie vont en bateau, Paris Belongs to Us) few realize that the DVDBeaver Server is also the host to http://www.jacques-rivette.com/ (Order of the Exile) - it hasn't been updated in a while but is chock-full of information for the discerning Rivette aficionado or budding student. NOTE: Jonathan Rosenbaum's Introduction to Rivette essay, from 1977, is a great place to start for neophytes to the director's work.

Okay, like the Carlotta, Arrow's larger The Jacques Rivette Collection is comprised of 8 Blu-rays and 8 DVDs offering both the 13-hour, 1971, Out 1: Noli Me Tangere and, condensed, 4.5-hour, 1974, Out 1: Spectre from their 2015 digital 2K restorations plus the same new feature-length documentary from Fiction Factory, entitled The Mysteries of Paris: Jacques Rivette’s Out 1 Revisited, but it is housed on the 4th Out 1 Blu-ray disc shared with Episodes 7 + 8 of Out 1 but a significantly smaller size (7 Gig) for the supplement. The main feature has the film's 8 episodes* (1) De Lili à Thomas - (2) De Thomas à Frédérique - (3) De Frédérique à Sarah - (4) De Sarah à Colin - (5) De Colin à Pauline - (6) De Pauline à Emilie - (7) D'Emilie à Lucie - (8) De Lucie à Marie - divided 2 per dual-layered Blu-ray disc (see stats below - virtually the same as the Carlotta).

*Each of the episodes begins with a title in the form of "from person to person" (usually indicating the first and last characters seen in each episode), followed by a handful of black and white still photos recapitulating the scenes of the prior episode, then concluded by showing the final minute or so (in black and white) of the last episode before cutting into the new episode itself (which is entirely in color). (ht Wikipedia)

The Arrow Collection set adds Rivette's Duelle (une quarantaine), Noroît (une vengeance) and Merry-Go-Round on their own dual-layered Blu-ray discs.

Most have only one menu screen with the on-the-fly-option to turn 'on or 'off subtitles (see below.)

We see the same screen that this is restored by 'Technicolor' via 'Sunshine' supervised by cinematographer Pierre-William Glenn - that appears on the Carlotta:

I repeat the comments about the Carlotta:

The original 16mm appearance is, predictably, very thick and looks wonderfully textured via HD. It's exceptionally clean - colors are bright and rich. The 1080P appearance is far in advance of what I was expecting. It is in 1.37:1 and looks exceptionally pleasing in-motion with bitrates around 30 Mbps for the first four Blu-rays that house the eight episodes of Out 1: Noli Me Tangere. The grain support is the major attribute - I think it looks fabulous.

The 4.5 hour Out 1: Spectre, on one lone Blu-ray (#5), looks quite similar to the Noli Me Tangere transfers - looking slight less robust (a comparative screen capture sample is below.)

All audio transfers for Out 1: Noli Me Tangere and Out 1: Spectre are also the same as The Carlotta with linear PCM mono in original French (no simple Dolby option). I can determine no difference between the two - it also sounds as strong and flat (crisper, tighter and deeper) as I would have anticipated from watching the Carlotta. There is no score but self-created music by the rehearsing theatre groups or Colin (Jean-Pierre Léaud) annoyingly blasting on the harmonica.  There are optional English subtitles and, as stated, the 5 Out 1: Noli Me Tangere and Out 1: Spectre Arrow Blu-ray discs are region 'B'-locked.

So we've compared Duelle (une quarantaine) and Noroît (une vengeance) with their 'Les films de ma vie' - PAL DVD (no subtitles) counterparts. You can clearly see the vast improvement in the higher resolution. There is more information in the frame, the visuals are crisper with both richer and more realistic colors. The SD transfers can tend to look green. Merry-Go-Round looks the best of the three but each is very strong on their own dual-layered Blu-ray with a very high bitrate. Colors are vivid and the image is tight with texture. Impressive. These three particular Arrow Blu-ray discs have optional English subtitles (only for the French dialogue on Merry-Go-Round) and they have original, lossless audio, linear PCM mono at 24-bit - and these 3 discs are region FREE.

Supplements: Included on the the final Out 1 Blu-ray disc (share with Episodes 7 + 8)  is Fiction Factory's new documentary The Mysteries of Paris: Jacques Rivette's Out 1 Revisited. It is directed by Robert Fischer and Wilfried Reichart running an hour and 3/4 in color, 1.78:1 - made in 2015 It is described as "Forty-five years after Out 1 was made, documentary filmmakers Robert Fischer and Wilfried Reichart interviewed cast and crew members and revisited some of the film s most significant locations. The Mysteries of Paris features new contributions from actors Bulle Ogier, Michael Lonsdale and Hermine Karagheuz, cinematographer Pierre-William Glenn, assistant director Jean-François Stévenin and producer Stéphane Tchal Gadjieff, rare archival interviews with actors Jacques Doniol-Valcroze and Michel Delahaye and, most prominently, illuminating statements by director Jacques Rivette himself."

On the Duelle Blu-ray  is an 11-minute Fiction Factory piece Remembering Duelle - which continues an interview with Bulle Oglier and Hermine Karagheuz about Rivette's 1976 film and their recollections of the production and their participation. On the Merry-Go-Round Blu-ray  we get Scenes from a Parallel Life: Jacques Rivette Remembers - a two-part archival interview with the director with a combined running time of 50 minutes, in which he discusses Duelle (une quarantaine), Noroît (une vengeance), Merry-Go-Round and the (unfinished) tetralogy "scenes from parallel lives". Part 1 (22 min) was conducted on May 4th, 1990 in Paris by Karlheinz Oplustil, part 2 (28 min) in 2004 by Wilfried Reichart. Also coming from Fiction Factory, these have a 2008 copyright and were first included on this long out-of-print (and not English-friendly) German Rivette box.  There is also an brand-new 23-minute interview with critic Jonathan Rosenbaum, who reported from the sets of both Duelle (une quarantaine) and Noroît (une vengeance) and provides some wonderful background and interpretations on the productions. Also included in the Limited Edition (3,000) Arrow package is an exclusive perfect-bound book containing new writing on the films by Mary M. Wiles, Brad Stevens, Ginette Vincendeau and Nick Pinkerton.

With this package we are offered the further cache of Rivette's Duelle (une quarantaine), Noroît (une vengeance) and Merry-Go-Round , over the Carlotta set, with accessibility to the rarely seen Out 1 with its limited theatrical runs and the logistics of 13 hours of cinema viewing (many screenings were over two days with 15-minute intermissions between episodes), as well as, the condensed, Spectre. There are also the extras - repeating Carlotta's The Mysteries of Paris: Jacques Rivette's Out 1 Revisited plus more with the Oglier and Karagheuz bonus interview, Scenes from a Parallel Life: Jacques Rivette Remembers  and the rewarding Rosenbaum piece as well as the DVDs with the same content and the impressive book.

Arrow's region 'B' The Jacques Rivette Collection is only 3,000 copies. It will surely escalate in value and, if you were keen, I wouldn't wait too long. This is such a keepsake - it took me 2.5 days to watch - and if it was available last year (2015) would definitely have made a formidable showing in our year-end poll. Our highest recommendation!

Gary W. Tooze

 

 

 

Arrow individual covers


Menus and Supplement Screens

 

Blu-ray 1 - Episodes 1 + 2

 

Blu-ray 2 - Episodes 3 + 4

Blu-ray 3 - Episodes 5 + 6

Blu-ray 4 (Episodes 7 + 8 plus Mysteries of Paris)

Blu-ray 5 - Spectre

Blu-ray 6 -

 

Blu-ray 7

Blu-ray 8

 


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(aka "Premier Episode" or "Episode 1" or 'From Lili to Thomas') ( 'From Thomas to Frederic')

Bitrate: Episode 1

Bitrate: Episode 2
Blu-ray 1 Episode 1 + 2
 

Arrow Academy

  Episode 1 Episode 2

Disc Size:

49,019,214,040 bytes

Runtime:

1:29:56.641

1:49:36.361

Feature Size:

22,081,266,624 bytes

 26,921,798,592 bytes

Video Bitrate:

29.51 Mbps

29.51 Mbps

Chapters:

14

19

Audio:

LPCM Audio French 768 kbps 1.0 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 16-bit

 

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Carlotta - Region FREE - Blu-ray - TOP
Arrow Academy - Region 'B' - Blu-ray -
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(aka 'From Frederick to Sarah') ( aka 'From Sarah to Colin')

Bitrate: Episode 3

Bitrate: Episode 4
Blu-ray 2 Episode 3 + 4
 

Arrow Academy

  Episode 3 Episode 4

Disc Size:

48,518,610,680 bytes

Runtime:

1:48:20.827

1:46:16.745

Feature Size:

24,484,019,136 bytes

24,018,432,960 bytes

Video Bitrate:

27.00 Mbps

27.01 Mbps

Chapters:

17

18

Audio:

LPCM Audio French 768 kbps 1.0 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 16-bit

 

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(aka 'From Colin to Pauline') ( aka 'From Pauline to Emilie') 

Bitrate: Episode 5

Bitrate: Episode 6
Blu-ray 3 Episode 5 + 6
 

Arrow Academy

  Episode 5 Episode 6

Disc Size:

47,210,129,535 bytes

Runtime:

1:29:27.779

 1:40:49.752

Feature Size:

21,971,639,232 bytes

 25,222,374,336 bytes

Video Bitrate:

29.51 Mbps

29.51 Mbps

Chapters:

18

21

Audio:

LPCM Audio French 768 kbps 1.0 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 16-bit

 

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(aka 'From Emilie to Lucie') ( aka 'From Lucie to Marie')  

Bitrate: Episode 7

Bitrate: Episode 8
Blu-ray 4 Episode 7 + 8
 

Arrow Academy

  Episode 7 Episode 8

Disc Size:

49,218,741,547 bytes

Runtime:

1:38:09.383

1:13:03.462

Feature Size:

24,107,354,688 bytes

18,091,254,720 bytes

Video Bitrate:

29.51 Mbps

29.52 Mbps

Chapters:

17

15

Audio:

LPCM Audio French 768 kbps 1.0 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 16-bit

 

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(aka 'Out One')

Jacques Rivette's grandest and boldest experiment to date (based on Balzac's L'Histore des Treize) enrages some spectators because it gives them so much to cope with: 255 minutes of improvisation by at least half of the best New Wave actors, edited and arranged so that sometimes it's telling a complex mystery story - about thirteen conspirators, two theatre groups, and a couple of crazed outsiders - while the rest of the time it's telling a realistic story about the same people that deliberately makes no sense at all. Not so much a digest of Rivette's legendary 12-hour version (hardly ever screened, its title is Out 1: Noli Me Tangere) as a ghost and a reworking of some of the same material ('a critique', Rivette himself says), it's a challenging and terrifying journey for all who can bear with it. As Richard Roud put it: 'Cinema will never be the same, and neither will I.'

Excerpt from TimeOut located HERE

 

Blu-ray 5 Out 1: Spectre (1974)
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Arrow

Disc Size:

49,319,333,361 bytes

Runtime:

4:24:11.893

Feature Size:

49,302,938,112 bytes

Video Bitrate:

21.98 Mbps

Chapters:

25

Audio:

LPCM Audio French 768 kbps 1.0 / 48 kHz / 768 kbps / 16-bit

 

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(aka 'Noroit')

The strangest by far of Jacques Rivette's films (1976), and perhaps the last gasp of the modernist strain that infused his work from L'amour fou to Out 1 to Celine and Julie Go Boating, this is a violent and unsettling fusion of a female pirate adventure (filmed on some of the same locations used for The Vikings and inspired in part by Lang's Moonfleet, but set in no particular place or period), mythological fantasy, Jacobean tragedy (with many lines borrowed from Tourneur's Revenger's Tragedy), experimental dance film (with live improvised music from a talented trio of musicians), and personal psychodrama. The eclectic cast includes Geraldine Chaplin, Bernadette Lafont, Kika Markham (Two English Girls), and a few members of Carolyn Carlson's dance company. While the mise en scene and locations are often stunning, the film seems contrived to confound conventional emotional reactions of any sort. It's a movie where the casual slitting of someone's throat and the swishing sounds of Lafont's leather pants are made to seem equally relevant—a world apart from Rivette's more recent La belle noiseuse. Yet Rivette's feeling for duration, immediacy, and moods of menace are fully present here, and days or weeks after you see this chilling conundrum of a movie, sounds and images may come back to haunt you. Rarely screened—the film never even had a commercial run in France—this monstrous work deserves to be seen as a uniquely disquieting experience.

Excerpt from The Chicago Reader located HERE

 

Blu-ray 6 Noroit (1976)
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Arrow Academy

Disc Size:

41,903,592,038 bytes

Runtime:

2:14:40.030

Feature Size:

41,887,516,032 bytes

Video Bitrate:

37.31 Mbps - 1.85:1

Chapters:

12

Audio:

LPCM Audio French 1152 kbps 1.0 / 48 kHz / 1152 kbps / 24-bit

 

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Les films de ma vie - Region 2 - PAL (Reviewed HERE) TOP
Arrow Academy - Region FREE - Blu-ray -
BOTTOM

 

 


Les films de ma vie - Region 2 - PAL (Reviewed HERE) TOP
Arrow Academy - Region FREE - Blu-ray -
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Les films de ma vie - Region 2 - PAL (Reviewed HERE) TOP
Arrow Academy - Region FREE - Blu-ray -
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Les films de ma vie - Region 2 - PAL (Reviewed HERE) TOP
Arrow Academy - Region FREE - Blu-ray -
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(aka 'Duelle')

The second installment of a four-part series that was never completed, Jacques Rivette's 1975 film is a haunting fantasy about two goddesses (Bulle Ogier and Juliet Berto) who descend to contemporary Paris and battle for possession of a magic stone that will allow them to remain on earth. The plot decodes into a conflict between the magical and the realistic cinema—Lumiere versus Melies—and Rivette works out the implications of this contradiction in his mise-en-scene, which applies a long-take, realistic technique to enigmatic situations and mysterious characters. Darker and quieter in tone than Rivette's better-known Celine and Julie Go Boating, though just as inventive and cryptically intelligent. With Jean Babilee, Hermine Karagheuz, and Nicole Garcia; Eduardo de Gregorio and Marilu Parolini collaborated with Rivette on the script.

Excerpt from The Chicago Reader (Dave Kehr) located HERE

 

Blu-ray 7 Duelle (1976)
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Arrow

Disc Size:

39,621,915,395 bytes

Runtime:

2:00:41.734

Feature Size:

37,422,443,904 bytes

Video Bitrate:

37.17 Mbps  - 1.85:1

Chapters:

12

Audio:

LPCM Audio French 1152 kbps 1.0 / 48 kHz / 1152 kbps / 24-bit

 

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Les films de ma vie - Region 2 - PAL (Reviewed HERE) TOP
Arrow Academy - Region FREE - Blu-ray -
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Les films de ma vie - Region 2 - PAL (Reviewed HERE) TOP
Arrow Academy - Region FREE - Blu-ray -
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Les films de ma vie - Region 2 - PAL (Reviewed HERE) TOP
Arrow Academy - Region FREE - Blu-ray -
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Les films de ma vie - Region 2 - PAL (Reviewed HERE) TOP
Arrow Academy - Region FREE - Blu-ray -
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(aka 'Merry-Go-Round')

So the story goes: Having completed only two (Duelle and Noroît) of the proposed four films in his quick-succession series Scenes from a Parallel Life, Jacques Rivette found himself hounded by investors and teetering on the edge of sanity. The result: Merry-Go-Round—a fascinatingly nonsensical ramble through the director’s own inland empire, featuring a scruffy Joe Dallesandro, as American abroad Ben Phillipps, and a sleepy-eyed Maria Schneider, as mystery woman Léo Hoffmann, wandering the French countryside in search of the elusive Elisabeth (Danièle Gegauff), the former’s girlfriend and the latter’s sister. There are tenuous connections to the two completed Parallel Life films (as in the on-screen musical accompaniment performed by double bass player Barre Phillips and clarinetist John Surman) though Merry-Go-Round stands quite defiantly on its own.'

Excerpt from Slant Magazine located HERE

 

 

 

Blu-ray 8 Merry-Go-Round (1981)
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Arrow Academy

Disc Size:

48,252,625,056 bytes

Runtime:

2:40:20.402

Feature Size:

44,441,767,488 bytes

Video Bitrate:

32.98 Mbps  - 1.37:1

Chapters:

12

Audio:

LPCM Audio English + French 1152 kbps 1.0 / 48 kHz / 1152 kbps / 24-bit

 

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Directed and conceived by Robert Fischer and Wilfried Reichart

2015 saw the the digital restoration of Jacques Rivette’s magnum opus OUT 1 (1971) and its revival both in theaters and on Blu-ray and DVD. To coincide with this event, filmmakers Robert Fischer and Wilfried Reichart interviewed cast and crew members and revisited some of the film’s most significant locations. THE MYSTERIES OF PARIS: JACQUES RIVETTE’S »OUT 1« REVISITED features first-hand accounts from actors Bulle Ogier, Michael Lonsdale and Hermine Karagheuz, cinematographer Pierre-William Glenn, assistant director Jean-François Stévenin and producer Stéphane Tchal Gadjieff, but also rare archival interviews with actors Jacques Doniol-Valcroze and Michel Delahaye and, most prominently, illuminating statements by director Jacques Rivette himself from two different archival interviews. Original title: LES MYSTÈRES DE PARIS: OUT 1 DE JACQUES RIVETTE REVISITÉ. Language: French with English subtitles.

From Robert Fischer's Fiction Factory website located HERE

 

Bitrate:

Sharing Blu-ray 4 of Out 1 Mysteries of Paris (documentary)

Runtime:

1:49:32.023

Disc Size:

49,218,741,547 bytes (sharing with Episode 7 + 8)

Feature Size:

7,151,349,312 bytes

Video Bitrate:

7.99 Mbps - 1.78:1

Audio:

Dolby Digital Audio French 192 kbps 2.0 / 48 kHz / 192 kbps / DN -7dB

 

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