London, 1965: Like many other youths, Jimmy hates the philistine life, especially his parents and his job in a company's mailing division.
|Series||Criterion collection ; 624.|
Mod culture (Subculture)
Youth and violence -- Great Britain -- Drama.
Nineteen sixties -- Drama.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| [New York] :Criterion Collection,2012
|Edition||Blu-ray, Director-approved special ed., Widescreen.|
producer, musical director.
Entwistle, John, 1944-2002, producer, musical director.
Townshend, Pete, producer, musical director.
Moon, Keith, 1946-1978, producer, musical director.
Humphries, Dave, screenwriter.
Stellman, Martin, screenwriter.
Roddam, Franc, screenwriter, director.
Baird, Roy, producer.
Curbishley, Bill, producer.
Thomson, David Gideon, producer.
Tufano, Brian, director of photography.
Holland, Simon, production designer.
Barton, Sean, editor of moving image work.
Taylor, Mike, editor of moving image work.
Daniels, Phil, 1958- actor.
Ash, Leslie, 1960- actor.
Davis, Philip, 1953- actor.
Wingett, Mark, 1961- actor.
Sting (Musician), actor.
Shail, Gary, actor.
Williams, Kate, 1941- actor.
Winstone, Ray, 1957- actor.
Willcox, Toyah, 1958- actor.
Elphick, Michael, 1946-2002, actor.
Cooper, Garry, 1955- actor.
Laird, Trevor, 1957- actor.
Neve, Kim, actor.
Who (Musical group), composer.
Who Films, production company.
Polytel Film, production company.
Criterion Collection (Firm), publisher.
Phil Daniels, Leslie Ash, Philip Davis, Mark Wingett, Sting, Gary Shail, Kate Williams, Raymond Winstone, Toyah Willcox, Michael Elphick, Garry Cooper, Trevor Laird, Kim Neve.
Director of photography, Brian Tufano ; musical directors, Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle, Peter Townshend ; production designer, Simon Holland ; editors, Sean Barton, Mike Taylor.
In English with optional subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1979.
Special features: New, restored digital transfer of the uncut version, supervised by cinematographer Brian Tufano, with the original 2.0 stereo soundtrack as well as an all-new 5.1 surround mix supervised by the Who and presented in DTS-HD Master Audio; audio commentary featuring director Franc Roddam and Tufano; new interview with Bill Curbishley, the film's coproducer and the Who's comanager; new interview with the Who's sound engineer, Bob Pridden, featuring a discussion of the new mix as well as a restoration demonstration; segment on the film from a 1979 episode of the BBC series Talking pictures, featuring interviews and on-set footage; segment from a 1964 episode of the French news program Sept jours du monde, about mods and rockers; Seize millions de jeunes: "Mods," a 1965 episode of the French youth-culture program, featuring early footage of the Who; trailers; plus: a booklet featuring an essay by critic Howard Hampton, a 1985 personal history by original mod Irish Jack, and Pete Townshend's liner notes from the 1973 album.
Bonus features: new commentary featuring director Franc Roddam and tufano ; new interviews with Bill Curbishley, Bob Pridden ; segment on the film from a 1979 episode of the BBC series "Talking Pictures," featuring interviews and on-set footage ; segment from a 1964 episode of the French news program "Sept jours du monde," about mods and rockers ; "Seize millions de jeunes" : "Mods," a 1965 episode of the French youth-culture program, featuring early footage of the Who ; notes by Howard Hampton and Irish Jack on container insert.
"Westchester Films Inc."--Container.
Blu-ray disc, region A, widescreen (1.85:1) presentation; 2.0 stereo and 5.1 surround mix, DTS-HD Master Audio; requires Blu-ray player.
1 videodisc (120 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (36 pages : illustrations ; 16 cm)