The Italian crime thriller also stars Telly Savalas and Jill Ireland. I should also mention the film’s really cool score provided by Ennio Morricone.
Violent City 1970 Blu-ray – 88 Films
This 88 Films blu-ray release comes on 2 discs. The picture quality should be fine as its a new 4K remastered transfer, so fingers crossed this version looks amazing.
That said I’ll be reviewing it so I will be able to confirm whether or not that is indeed the case.
New 4K Remastered Transfer of Città Violenta88 Films
On the extras side 88 Films give you 3 cuts of the film including the Italian Cut and The Family which is a shorter US version. Thre’s also a poster included.
- New 4K Remastered Transfer of Città Violenta
- Alternate 2K Remastered Transfer of Violent City
- 2.0 English DTS-HD MA Mono (With some sections in Italian with English subtitles as these scenes were never dubbed into English)
- 2.0 Italian DTS-HS MA Mono with Newly Translated English Subtitles
- Audio Commentary by Charles Bronson Expert, Paul Talbot
- The Family (Shorter US Version)
- Shooting Violent City – An Interview with Director Sergio Sollima
- Violent Sollima – An Interview with Italian Cinema Expert Eugenio Ercolani
- An Important Friendship – An Interview with Pierpaolo De Sanctis
- The Controversies of VIOLENT CITY by EUROCRIME!
- Original Trailer
- The Family Trailer
- The Family TV Spots
Alternatively you can purchase directly from 88 Films’s website for £17.99
Violent City (1970) releases on 16th May 2022 in the UK.
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