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September's Earth, Wind and Fire

September's Earth, Wind and Fire

Posted by Mike Finnegan on Jun 26th 2018

September at Twilight Time gets provocatively political and grippingly personal, as charismatic stars play out intrigues in globe-spanning settings ranging from colorfully populated Back Bay Boston to the expansively desolate badlands beauty of the Western U.S. and Mexican frontier, from 1940s France and Greece to 1990s South Africa in the turbulent wake of the lifting of Apartheid. Utilizing literary source material from celebrated authors like Edwin O’Connor, Frank O’Rourke and Sidney Sheldon, veteran directors – John Ford, Henry King, John Boorman and Charles Jarrott – offer gripping tales of both retribution and reconciliation, romantic passion and obsession-driven conflict, all given refreshed vivacity in crisp 1080p high definition to convey the dark and light extremes of the human condition.

Available on hi-def Blu-ray September 18 are: The Bravados (1958), starring Gregory Peck, Joan Collins and Stephen Boyd, directed by Henry King, score by Lionel Newman; In My Country (2004), starring Samuel L. Jackson, Juliette Binoche and Brendan Gleeson, directed by John Boorman, score by Murray Anderson; The Last Hurrah (1958), starring Spencer Tracy, Jeffrey Hunter, Dianne Foster and Pat O’Brien, directed by John Ford, compilation score by various composers; and The Other Side of Midnight (1977), starring Marie-France Pisier, John Beck, Susan Sarandon and Raf Vallone, directed by Charles Jarrott, score by Michel Legrand. Details of each title will follow in July.