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    Kino announced that they're working on Someone Behind The Door and Farewell Friend (or, if you prefer, Honor Among Thieves).
    Coming to Blu-ray 11/19

    Farewell, Friend (1968)
    • Audio Commentary Howard S. Berger, Steve Mitchell and Nathaniel Thompson
    • 2004 Interview with director Jean Herman
    • Theatrical Trailer

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    Coming 11/191/9.

    Someone Behind the Door (1971) with optional English subtitles
    • NEW Audio Commentary by Director Nicolas Gessner
    • Radio Spot
    • Theatrical Trailer

    Color 93 Min 1.66:1 Not Rated
    Screen legends Charles Bronson (Rider on the Rain, Mr. Majestyk) and Anthony Perkins (Psycho, Five Miles to Midnight) co-star in this suspenseful thriller directed by Nicolas Gessner (The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane). Laurence Jeffries (Perkins) is a neurosurgeon dedicated to his research and neglectful of his beautiful wife Francis (Jill Ireland, Breakheart Pass), who leaves him for another man. The vindictive doctor plots a diabolical scheme—conditioning an amnesiac patient (Bronson) into believing that Francis is his own wife—so that he can take revenge by proxy, with a perfect alibi. Bronson gives one of his best and most convincing performances in this dark tale of deceit and hardened emotions. Beautifully shot by legendary DP Pierre Lhomme (Cyrano de Bergerac, Camille Claudel).

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    Warner Archive somewhat quietly put Red Sun out on DVD (but not Blu-ray).

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    Never heard of the Perkins film but I'm a big fan of Little Girl Down the Lane so I will be checking that out.

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