Radiance Films is releasing Cutter’s Way on Blu-ray early this February 2023 in the UK.
Cutter’s Way (1981) is a crime thriller from director Ivan Passer that stars Jeff Bridges, John Heard and Lisa Eichhorn.
I’ve added the original film trailer at the bottom of the page.
Cutter’s Way Blu-ray (Limited Edition)
This is a limited edition release of just 1000 copies. Radiance Films say that this version has had a “New 2K restoration from its 35mm interpositive” so hopefully the picture quality will be excellent.
BLU-RAY TECHNICAL SPECS
- Discs: 1
- Region: B
- Video: 1080p High Definition
- Aspect Ratio: 1:85.1
- Audio: English Mono
- Running Time: 109 mins approx
- Rating: 15
- Archival Audio Commentary by Film Historians Julie Kirgo & Nick Redman
- Archival Audio Commentary by Assistant Director Larry Franco & Unit Production Manager Barrie Osborne
- Newly Recorded Audio Commentary by Novelist Matthew Specktor
- Mo’s Way,” (Newly Filmed Video Interview with Star Lisa Eichhorn)
- “From Cutter and Bone to Cutter’s Way,” (Newly Filmed Video Interview with UA Classics Exec Ira Deutchman)
- Archival Video Interview with Director Ivan Passer
- Archival Video Interview with Writer Jeffrey Alan Fiskin
- Archival Video Interview with Producer Paul Gurian
- Archival Video Featurette on Composer Jack Nitzsche
- Archival Audio Introduction by Star Jeff Bridges
- Archival Video Introduction by Director Bertrand Tavernier
- Theatrical Trailers
- Isolated Music Track
You can pre-order now on Blu-ray £16.99 from Amazon. (Prices correct as of 31.01.23).
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Cutter’s Way releases on 6th February 2023 in the UK.
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Trailer NOT representative of blu-ray