Kes (1969) Masters of Cinema (Blu-ray)

Release Date: 07 November 2016 | Certificate: Parental Guidance
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One of the most beloved and iconic British films of all time (voted in the top 10 of all time by the British Film Institute), Ken Loach's breakthrough cinematic feature Kes is a cornerstone of naturalistic filmmaking whose influence is felt up to the present day. Portraying with remarkable detail and empathy the day-to-day existence of a working-class 15-year-old boy in Barnsley (an unforgettable performance by David Bradley), and the profound change that the rearing of a kestrel brings to his otherwise troubled home life, Kes has enchanted generations of viewers since its release. A rich, gently poetic work, filled with Loach s trademark respect for his characters and astonishing skill at eliciting outstanding performances, The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present the film in a definitive Blu-ray special edition.

Features

SPECIAL FEATURES including: Digital restoration of the film, supervised and approved by director Ken Loach and director of photography Chris Menges, with the filmmaker s original production soundtrack, with uncompressed monaural audio on the Blu-ray edition Alternate release soundtrack, with post-dubbed dialogue English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing Exclusive new video interviews with actor David Bradley, producer Tony Garnett, director of photography Chris Menges, composer John Cameron, actor Bernard Atha, and kestrel advisor Richard Hines Excerpts from the 2006 Kes reunion panel at the Bradford Film Festival, featuring Ken Loach, Tony Garnett, writer Barry Hines and actor Colin Welland Extensive 1992 on-stage interview at the NFT with Ken Loach, interviewed by Derek Malcolm Original theatrical trailer A booklet featuring new writing on the film and archival material
Release Date: 07 November 2016
Certificate: PG - Parental Guidance
SKU: EKA70225