Indicator January 2024 Film Releases, Jinnah & Impossible Object

Powerhouse Films has announced its Indicator January 2024 Blu-ray titles for the UK, Jinnah & Impossible Object.

Jinnah (1998) is a drama film from director Jamil Dehlavi and stars Christopher Lee, Shireen Shah, James Curran and James Fox.

Meanwhile Impossible Object (1973) aka Story of a Love Story is a drama directed by John Frankenheimer. The film stars Alan Bates and Dominique Sanda.

Finally there’s The Man Who Had Power Over Women (1970) a comedy music drama starring Rod Taylor, Carol White and James Booth.

Indicator January 2024 Film Releases

This release is a “High Definition remaster, newly regraded under the supervision of director Jamil Dehlavi”. It’s also a limited edition of 4,000 copies for the UK and US.

BLU-RAY TECHNICAL SPECS

  • Discs: 1
  • Region: Free
  • Video: 1080p High Definition
  • Aspect Ratio: TBC
  • Audio: Original 5.1 Surround Sound & Stereo Audio Tracks
  • Alternative Urdu Stereo Audio Track
  • Running Time: TBC mins approx
  • Rating: 15

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Limited Edition Exclusive 36 Page Booklet
  • Dare to Dream (1997/2023, 38 mins)
  • Original Theatrical Trailer
  • Image Gallery (Original Location Photography)

You can pre-order now on Blu-ray £16.99 from Amazon. (Price correct as of 13.12.23).

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Jinnah Blu-ray releases on 29th January 2024 in the UK.

Jinnah Blu-ray

This is release is a new 4K restoration and contains two presentations of the film. Included are the Impossible Object, the original French theatrical cut (113 mins) and Story of a Love Story, the alternative international cut (104 mins).

Impossible Object is a limited edition of 4,000 copies for the UK and US.

BLU-RAY TECHNICAL SPECS

  • Discs: 1
  • Region: A & B
  • Video: 1080p High Definition
  • Aspect Ratio: TBC
  • Audio: Original Mono Audio
  • Running Time: TBC mins approx
  • Rating: 15

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Limited Edition Exclusive 44 Page Booklet
  • Newly Translated English Subtitles for all French Dialogue
  • New English Subtitles for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing
  • Audio Commentary with Film Expert Tim Lucas (2024)
  • Interview with John Frankenheimer (1973, 5 mins)
  • These Obscure Subjects of Desire: Objectified Women in the Lost Films of Frankenheimer and Lumet (2024, 13 mins)
  • Stories of a Love Story (2024, 10 mins)
  • Image Gallery (Publicity & Promotional Material)
  • Story of a Love Story Script Gallery

You can pre-order now on Blu-ray £16.99 from Amazon. (Price correct as of 13.12.23).

The Amazon links on this page are affiliate / associate links. By buying through the links we may receive a commission for the sale.

Impossible Object Blu-ray releases on 29th January 2024 in the UK.

Impossible Object Blu-ray

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This Blu-ray release is Powerhouse Films website exclusive and is limited to 3000 copies. The film has had a 4K restoration.

BLU-RAY TECHNICAL SPECS

  • Discs: 1
  • Region: A & B
  • Video: 1080p High Definition
  • Aspect Ratio: TBC
  • Audio: Original Mono Audio
  • New & improved English Subtitles for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing
  • Running Time: TBC mins approx
  • Rating: 15

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Limited Edition Exclusive 40 Page Booklet
  • 4K Restoration
  • The BEHP Interview with John Krish (1994–2004, 90 mins)
  • A Bad Marriage (2024, 11 mins)
  • Break-In (1956, 44 mins)
  • Let My People Go (1961, 24 mins)
  • Image Gallery (Promotional & Publicity Materials)

You can pre-order now on Blu-ray £16.99 from Powerhouse Films. (Price correct as of 13.12.23).

The Man Who Had Power Over Women Blu-ray releases on 29th January 2024 in the UK.

The Man Who Had Power Over Women Blu-ray

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