Red, White and Zero (DVD + Blu-ray) (1967)

Release Date: 10 December 2018 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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Girl With Green Eyes (Blu-ray) Directed by Desmond Davis In Dublin, two shop assistants share a room. One, Kate (Rita Tushingham), is a quiet, rather naïve young woman, while the other, Baba (Lynn Redgrave), is vivacious and ebullient with an eye for the boys. But when the two befriend a quiet, middle-aged writer (Peter Finch), he makes a beeline for the shy, and lonely Kate. A bittersweet story of an extraordinary romance. Beautifully scripted by Edna O'Brien from her own best-selling novel, and brilliantly directed by regular Woodfall collaborator Desmond Davies. This film went on to win a Golden Globe whilst both Tushingham, and Redgrave (for only her second credited performance) were nominated for BAFTAs. Special features: # Presented in High Definition # Rita Tushingham on Girl With Green Eyes (2018, 7 mins): the actor recalls her time on the film # Film Poetry: Desmond Davis (2018, 24 mins): director Desmond Davis discusses his career, including his work on Woodfall # Food For a Blluuusssshhhhh (1959, 31 mins): surrealist-influenced student film by Free Cinema pioneer Elizabeth Russell # The Peaches (1964, 16 mins): coming-of-age fantasy by Walter Lassally # Illustrated booklet with new writing by Melanie Williams and Michael Brooke, plus full film credits UK | 1964 | 92 minutes | black and white | English language, with optional hard-of-hearing subtitles | original aspect ratio 1.66:1 | BD50: 1080p, 24fps, PCM mono audio (48kHz/24-bit), region B
Release Date: 10 December 2018
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
Catalogue No: BFIB1319