The Draughtsman's Contract DVD
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Directed by Peter Greenaway
Produced in 1982
Main Language - ENGLISH
Countries & Regions - British Film
A 17th Century draughtsman undertakes a series of paintings in return for sexual favours. Greenaway's breakthrough film is coolly enigmatic, its splendid visuals in harmonious marriage with Nyman's distinctive score.
Length: 104 mins
Aspect ratio: 16:9 anamorphic widescreen
Format: DVD Colour
Released: 23rd February 2004
Cat No: BFIVD563
Subtitles: French, Dutch.
- Digitally restored
- Director's commentary
- Filmed introduction by Peter Greenaway
- Interview with Michael Nyman
- Behind-the-scenes footage
- On-set interviews
- Deleted scenes
- Theatrical trailers for The Draughtsman's Contract and A Zed & Two Noughts
- Featurette on the film's digital restoration
- Hidden features.
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A visual masterpiece as well crafted as the drawings themselves. A murder mystery unfolds,with the main character seemingly the user, turns into the used & abused in c... Read on
A visual masterpiece as well crafted as the drawings themselves. A murder mystery unfolds,with the main character seemingly the user, turns into the used & abused in conclusion. If you enjoy a period drama with Michael Nyman's music, you're in for a treat Hide
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