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Five Senses
     

The Five Senses

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Director: Jeremy Podeswa, Mary-Louise Parker, Philippe Volter, Gabrielle Rose

Cast: Jeremy Podeswa, Mary-Louise Parker, Philippe Volter, Gabrielle Rose

 
New Line is renowned for the pristine transfers on its DVD releases, and The Five Senses is no exception. It contains a high level of sharpness and clarity that enhances the images on the screen. The images remain fairly realistic and lack extravagance, but they still shine due to an excellent widescreen anamorphic transfer. This disc also has the option of choosing a

Overview

New Line is renowned for the pristine transfers on its DVD releases, and The Five Senses is no exception. It contains a high level of sharpness and clarity that enhances the images on the screen. The images remain fairly realistic and lack extravagance, but they still shine due to an excellent widescreen anamorphic transfer. This disc also has the option of choosing a pan-and-scan version of the film. This film is driven mostly by dialogue, but it does contain a pleasant score and some impressive choir music, which makes this feeble 2.0-channel Dolby Surround mix frustrating and disheartening. While the dialogue is easy to understand, and the sounds are sharp, no power exists in this sound mix. It's based mostly in the center and does not flow very well between the left and right speakers. The Five Senses contains a nice selection of DVD-ROM features, including access to the original web site and links to their web store. The movie's site includes production notes, detailed information on the filmmakers and staff, and interesting sections on each story and its relation to the particular sense. Unfortunately, only PC owners have the luxury of accessing this information, and everyone else is left with only a few minor extras on the disc. The theatrical trailer features an impressive transfer, but it focuses too much on Mary Louise-Parker, the most prominent actress to American audiences. This disc also includes filmographies for the major cast and director, but it contains no biographies.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/23/2001
UPC:
0794043515729
Original Release:
1999
Rating:
R
Source:
New Line Home Video
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Pan & Scan, Wide Screen]
Sound:
[stereo]
Time:
1:46:00

Special Features

Widescreen and full-screen version of the film; Stereo Surround Sound; Original theatrical trailer; DVD-ROM content: original theatrical website

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Mary-Louise Parker Rona
Philippe Volter Richard
Gabrielle Rose Ruth
Daniel MacIvor Robert
Nadia Litz Rachel
Molly Parker Anna Miller
Pascale Bussières Gail
Marco Leonardi Roberto
Brendan Fletcher Rupert

Technical Credits
Jeremy Podeswa Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Terry Burke Sound Editor
Wiebke Von Carolsfeld Editor
Darryl Dennis Deegan Art Director
Ed Douglas Sound Editor
Ted East Executive Producer
Camelia Frieberg Producer
David R. Ginsburg Executive Producer
Janice Ierulli Sound Editor
Garret Kerr Sound Editor
Martin Lee Sound/Sound Designer
Alexina Louie Score Composer
Charlotte Mickie Executive Producer
Gregory Middleton Cinematographer
Erica Milo Art Director
E. Angie Pajek Sound/Sound Designer
Alex Pauk Score Composer
Lou Solakofski Sound/Sound Designer
Taavo Soodor Production Designer
Philip Norman Stall Sound/Sound Designer

Scene Index

Scene Selections
0. Scene Selections
1. Main Titles [4:12]
2. Eavesdropping [3:51]
3. Bad Connection [5:08]
4. The Smell Of Love [2:56]
5. At the Park [4:02]
6. Missing [4:44]
7. Memories [6:34]
8. Amore [10:47]
9. A Crush [4:22]
10. Inquiries [8:21]
11. Signs and Faith [9:14]
12. Meant to Be [4:22]
13. To Do [2:41]
14. Invaded [5:31]
15. Vibrations [1:07]
16. Disguises [5:05]
17. Fear and the Scent of Love [3:38]
18. Mysterious and Exotic [5:01]
19. Safe and Sound [9:28]
20. End Credits [4:23]

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