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    Fatherland [aka Singing The Blues in Red] (Blu-ray)

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    Fatherland (aka Singing the Blues in Red, 1986) is singular director Ken Loach’s excursion into the world of European cinema, an ambitious film – written by Trevor Griffiths (Reds) – about an East German singer-songwriter (Gerulf Pannach) who exchanges the political repression of his home country for the new pressures of capitalism in the West. The search for his lost father and a skittish relationship with a journalist (Fabienne Baba) only add to the young artist’s turmoil, beautifully captured by the camera of the brilliant Chris Menges. 

    Starring: Gerulf Pannach, Fabienne Babe, Sigfrit Steiner, Cristine Rose, Robert Dietl

    Directed By: Ken Loach

    Written By: Trevor Griffiths

    Score By: Various

    Language: German and English

    Video: 1080p High Definition / X.X:1 / Color

    Audio: German and English 1.0 DTS-HD MA

    Subtitles: English

    Theatrical Release: 1986

    Runtime: 111 Minutes

    Rating: NR (Not Rated)

    Region Code: Region Free (A/B/C)

    Special Features: Isolated Music & Effects Track

    Genre: Drama

    Limited Edition of 3,000 Units


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