Out 1 de Jacques Rivette - Coffret prestige limité - Carlotta Films - La Boutique
Out 1 de Jacques Rivette - Coffret prestige limité - Carlotta Films - La Boutique
Out 1 de Jacques Rivette - Coffret prestige limité - Carlotta Films - La Boutique
Out 1 de Jacques Rivette - Coffret prestige limité - Carlotta Films - La Boutique
Out 1 de Jacques Rivette - Coffret prestige limité - Carlotta Films - La Boutique
Out 1 de Jacques Rivette - Coffret prestige limité - Carlotta Films - La Boutique
Out 1 de Jacques Rivette - Coffret prestige limité - Carlotta Films - La Boutique
Out 1 de Jacques Rivette - Coffret prestige limité - Carlotta Films - La Boutique
Out 1 de Jacques Rivette - Coffret prestige limité - Carlotta Films - La Boutique

Out 1 by Jacques Rivette - Limited prestige box set

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The extraordinary film of a major figure of the New Wave

New 2K restoration

Paris, April 1970. Two avant-garde theater troupes are each rehearsing a play by Aeschylus. A young deaf-mute begs in cafes playing the harmonica. A young woman seduces men to extract money from them. As a conspiracy unfolds, bonds are forged between the various protagonists.

Founding member of the New Wave with Jean-Luc Godard, François Truffaut, Éric Rohmer and Claude Chabrol, Jacques Rivette has always been the free electron with the most radical aesthetic. Out 1 , his fourth feature film and the pinnacle of his art, is the best example. Jean-Pierre Léaud plays a whimsical young man who receives anonymous messages putting him on the trail of a mysterious group of conspirators.

Based on a unique concept, notably the absence of a script and nods to Honoré de Balzac and Lewis Carroll, Out 1 remained almost invisible for more than forty years. Out 1: noli me tangere , the full version, in eight episodes, and Out 1: Spectre , the short version, are finally available in 2K restored versions supervised by cinematographer Pierre-William Glenn ( La Nuit Americaine ). The colorful characters that Léaud encounters during his quest are played by Juliet Berto, Michael Lonsdale, Bernadette Lafont, Bulle Ogier, Françoise Fabian, Jean-François Stévenin and other icons of the New Wave, with appearances by Éric Rohmer and Barbet Schroeder.

A journey in total immersion at the crossroads of cinema, literature and theatre, Out 1 is considered the Holy Grail of contemporary French cinema!

OUT 1
(1971 – Colors – 775 mins)
for the first time in full version - new 2K restoration

LIMITED PRESTIGE BOX COMBO 6 BLU-RAY AND 7 DVD + EXCLUSIVE 120 PAGE BOOK

6 Comics • French Version PCM 1.0 / Audio description Dolby Digital 2.0
Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Format 1.37 respected • Colors and B&W
Total Duration of Episodes ( Noli me tangere ): 775 mins
Length of the Film ( Spectrum ): 255 mins

7 DVDs • French version Dolby Digital 1.0 / Audio description Dolby Digital 2.0
Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Format 1.33 respected • 4/3 • Colors and B&W
Total Duration of Episodes ( Noli me tangere ): 775 mins
Length of the Film ( Spectrum ): 255 mins

FOR THE FIRST TIME

. "OUT 1" AVAILABLE IN ITS TWO VERSIONS

. “NOLI ME TANGERE” (1971 / 1990 – 8 EPISODES – 775 MN) AND “SPECTRE” (1974 – FILM – 255 MN)

THE RIVER AND UNPRECEDENTED DOCUMENTARY*

. THE MYSTERIES OF PARIS: "OUT 1" BY JACQUES RIVETTE REVISITED
directed by Robert Fischer and Wilfried Reichart (2015 – Colors – 105 mn)
Forty-five years after Out 1 was filmed, directors Robert Fischer and Wilfried Reichart returned to key filming locations and interviewed members of the crew. Les Mystères de Paris offers new interviews with actors Bulle Ogier, Michael Lonsdale and Hermine Karagheuz, cinematographer Pierre-William Glenn, assistant director Jean-François Stévenin and producer Stéphane Tchal Gadjieff, as well as interviews with rare era with actors Jacques Doniol-Valcroze and Michel Delahaye and, above all, enlightening remarks by Jacques Rivette.

* Available on Blu-ray Disc™ and DVD

. THE BOOK (120 PAGES) EXCLUSIVE
"OUT 1 AND ITS DOUBLE"
(BILINGUAL FRENCH / ENGLISH)
contains an unpublished essay by Jonathan Rosenbaum (film historian and Jacques Rivette specialist) and numerous texts and archives including photos by Pierre Zucca, set photographer .

Released for the first time in cinemas, in a limited prestige Blu-ray/DVD combo box on November 18, 201