THE LONG-AWAITED FOLLOW-UP TO THE LAST PICTURE SHOW BETWEEN THE QUARANTINE CRISIS AND THE OIL CRISIS
“IT'S HARD TO DISCONNECT TEXASVILLE FROM THE ORIGINAL. THAT'S WHAT TARANTINO SAID: ' THE LAST PICTURE SHOW AND TEXASVILLE , IT'S THE SAME SESSION'.” JEAN-BAPTISTE THORET
Onthe eve of Anarene's centenary, it's time to take stock for the former students of the class of 1951. Duane Jackson is the business manager of an oil company close to bankruptcy. His best friend Sonny Crawford has behavioral problems and a tendency to withdraw into the past. As for Jacy Farrow, a recent tragedy led her to leave her life in Europe to return to settle in Anarene…
Twenty years after The Last Picture Show , Peter Bogdanovich returns to the world of writer Larry McMurtry by adapting the sequel to the adventures of Duane and Jacy, still starring the excellent Jeff Bridges and Cybill Shepherd. After evoking the childhood loves of a gang of teenagers, Texasville finds the same characters in adulthood and paints a portrait of 1980s America that oscillates between humor and darkness. To be discovered for the first time on Blu-ray™ in France!
TEXASVILLE by Peter Bogdanovich (1990 - Colors - 125 mins) High Definition Masters Original version with French subtitles + French version Blu-ray or DVD edition
Unreleased on Blu-ray
.PRINT THE LEGEND (26 mins – HD) “Duane Jackson is Liberty Valance. If the legend of the couple Jacy/Duane is more beautiful, more foundational for the community than the fact that they were never in reality together, let's print the legend. » An unpublished interview with Jean-Baptiste Thoret, film historian and director.
* in HD on the Blu-ray Disc™ version
BD 50 • HIGH DEFINITION MASTER • 1080/23.98p • AVC ENCODING Original Version / French Version DTS-HD Master Audio 1.0 • French Subtitles Format 1.85 respected • Colors • Duration of the Film: 125 mn
DVD 9 • NEW RESTORED MASTER• PAL • MPEG-2 ENCODING Original Version / French Version Dolby Digital 1.0 • French Subtitles 1.85 format respected • 16/9 compatible 4/3 • Colors • Film length: 120 mins