Aria

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The experimental episode film Aria comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.78:1. There are neither subtitles nor closed-captions on this release. Although there are no special features, opera enthusiasts and fans of the individual directors who worked on this film will certainly find a great deal of entertainment value on this disc.
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The experimental episode film Aria comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.78:1. There are neither subtitles nor closed-captions on this release. Although there are no special features, opera enthusiasts and fans of the individual directors who worked on this film will certainly find a great deal of entertainment value on this disc.
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Special Features

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/6/1999
  • UPC: 014381470123
  • Original Release: 1987
  • Rating:

  • Source: Image Entertainment
  • Aspect Ratio: Alternate Wide Screen (1.78:1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:28:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Theresa Russell King Zog
Nicola Swain Marie
Buck Henry Preston
Jack Kyle Travis
Julie Hagerty
Marianne McLoughlin Kate
Marion Peterson Les Jeunes Filles
Tilda Swinton Young Girl
Valerie Allain Les Jeunes Filles
John Hurt Garuso, the Actor
Anita Morris Phoebe
Beverly D'Angelo Gilda
Gary Kasper Jake
Elizabeth Hurley Marietta
Peter Birch Paul
Genevieve Page
Cris Campion
Sandrine Dumas
Bridget Fonda Lover
James Mathers The Lover
Linzi Drew Girl
Spencer Leigh Young Man
Sophie Ward Young Girl
Frank Baker Assassin
Carlo Bergonzi
Jussi Bjoerling
Bertrand Bonvoisin
Paul Brightwell Assassin
Quentin Brown Indian Boy
Jeff Calhoun Dancer
Anne Canovas
Derick Coleman Indian Boy
Paul Collard Valet
Arthur Cox Major
Sevilia Delofski Maid
John Doyle Blind Balloon Man
Bella Enahoro
Derek Farmer Motorbike Man
Dan Fitzgerald Mercedes Man
Ezio Flagello
Reri Grist
Ruth Halliday Companion
Dennis Holmes Colonel
John Hostetter Elvis Impersonator
Chris Hunter Assassin
Roy Hyatt Chauffeur
George Ellis Jones Chauffeur
René Kollo
Howie Korn Groom
Alfredo Kraus
Stephanie Lane Baroness
Kwabena Manso
Bunty Mathias
Stan Mazin Dancer
Robert Merrill
Anna Moffo
Carol Neblett
Lucy Oliver Woman in Background
Leontyne Price
Michelle Read Nanny
Delphine Rich
Maximillian Roeg Child
David Ross Doorman
Dominic Salinero Dancer
Albie Selznick Bellboy
Jennifer Smith
Louis-Marie Taillefer
Dyanne Thorne Bride
Shirley Verrett
Bertha Weiss Lady with Glove
Gordon Winter Man in Background
Andreas Wisniewski
Technical Credits
Robert Altman Director, Editor, Screenwriter
Bruce Beresford Director, Screenwriter
Bill Bryden Director, Screenwriter
Jean-Luc Godard Director, Editor, Screenwriter
Derek Jarman Director, Screenwriter
Franc Roddam Director, Screenwriter
Nicolas Roeg Director, Screenwriter
Ken Russell Director, Screenwriter
Charles Sturridge Director, Screenwriter
Julien Temple Director, Screenwriter
Neil Abrahamson Editor
Stephen Altman Art Director, Production Designer
Vilborg Aradottir Makeup
Jennifer Auge Editor
Gabriel Beristain Cinematographer
Angelo Di Biase Makeup
Marie-Therese Boiche Editor
Don Boyd Producer, Screenwriter
Michael Bradsell Editor
Anni Buchanan Makeup
Scott Bushnell Production Designer
Peter Cartwright Editor
Rick Casboro Makeup
Caroline Champetier Cinematographer
Alison Chitty Costumes/Costume Designer
Al Clark Co-producer, Producer
Angus Cook Editor
Mike Cragg Editor
Grover Dale Choreography
Arnaud de Moleron Set Decoration/Design
Dominique de Vorges Makeup
Paul Dufficey Art Director, Production Designer
Rick Elgood Editor
Frederick Elmes Cinematographer
Deborah Evans Set Decoration/Design
Terry Gilbert Choreography
Leslie Gilda Costumes/Costume Designer
Jane Hamilton Costumes/Costume Designer
Michael Hamlyn Associate Producer
Tom Harris Special Effects
Harvey Harrison Cinematographer
Shuna Harwood Costumes/Costume Designer
John Hay Costumes/Costume Designer, Production Designer
Christopher Hobbs Art Director, Production Designer
Arne Holland Executive Producer
Christopher Hughes Cinematographer
Matthew Jacobs Art Director, Production Designer
Diana Johstone Production Designer
Tom Kuhn Executive Producer, Producer
Tony Lawson Editor
Matthew Longfellow Editor
Jean-Baptiste Lulli Score Composer
Ralph Mace Musical Direction/Supervision
Andrew McAlpine Art Director, Production Designer
Jim Mervis Executive Producer
Pierre Mignot Cinematographer
Charles Mitchell Executive Producer, Producer
Piers Plowden Art Director, Production Designer
Sandy Powell Costumes/Costume Designer
Elisabetta Rogiani Costumes/Costume Designer
Morag Ross Makeup
Victoria Russell Costumes/Costume Designer
Philomene Sammartino Makeup
Rossella Scanagatta Set Decoration/Design
Penny Delamar Shawyer Makeup
Jenny Shircore Makeup
Mike Southon Cinematographer
Dante Spinotti Cinematographer
Oliver Stapleton Cinematographer
Gale Tattersall Cinematographer
Mike Watts Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Chapter Selections
1. Main Title [1:24]
2. Un Ballo in Maschera [13:10]
3. La Virgine Degli Angeli [4:38]
4. Armide [11:24]
5. Rigoletto [14:33]
6. Die Tote Stadt [5:10]
7. Les Boreades [6:41]
8. Liebestod [7:07]
9. Nessun Dorma [8:09]
10. Depuis Le Jour [4:53]
11. I Pagliacci [3:28]
12. End Credits [7:43]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Feature Start
   Director Filmographies
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