We Can't Go Home Again


Visionary experimental director Nicholas Ray's final film, in which he explores the nature of storytelling with his film students at SUNY Binghamton. ~ Sarah Block
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Visionary experimental director Nicholas Ray's final film, in which he explores the nature of storytelling with his film students at SUNY Binghamton. ~ Sarah Block
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Special Features

Disc One; We Can't Go Home Again (1973/2011) - a new restoration
econstruction; Don't Expect Too Much (2011) - new feature-length documentary by Susan Ray; ; Disc Two; Extended interviews with filmmaker Jim Jarmusch and Ray biographer Bernard Eisenschitz; Camera three - profile of Nicholas Ray (CBS) (1977); Rushes from Ray's Marco (1977); About Marco - interviews with Claudio Mazzatenta and Gerry Bamman; "The Janitor" - Nicholas Ray's episode from Wet Dreams, a feature film produced by Max Fischer (1974); ; With a booklet featuring original artwork by Nicholas Ray, essays and archival photographs
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/13/2012
  • UPC: 896602002395
  • Original Release: 1976
  • Rating:

  • Source: Oscilloscope
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: Special Edition / Subtitled
  • Time: 2:50:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 70,128

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Nicholas Ray
Leslie Levinson
Richard Bock
Jilll Gannon
Jane Heymann
Phil Weisman
Technical Credits
Nicholas Ray Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Susan Ray Producer, Screenwriter
Tim Ray Score Composer
Suzy Williams Score Composer
Norman Zamcheck Score Composer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- We Can't Go Home Again
1. Festival of Life
2. Back to School
3. First Assignment
4. Put Some Pants On
5. Don't Call Him a Pig
6. "I Hustled"
7. Masks
8. The Setup
9. Fat Head
10. "Once There Was a Wise Man"
11. Guernica
12. Santa Claus
13. Beard
14. "Can't Tie a Noose"
15. Lonely People
16. "I Have Been Interrupted"
17. "Bless the Family" Song
18. End Credits
1. Bigger Than Life [4:16]
2. A Way of Life [5:11]
3. Learning By Doing [5:32]
4. What's Your Action? [6:34]
5. The Camera is an Instrument [4:27]
6. Trust Your Instincts [2:41]
7. Multiple Image [5:59]
8. We Were a Family [6:55]
9. End of an Era [4:48]
10. Tom Shaves [3:46]
11. No Money [2:21]
12. In His Cups [5:14]
13. Cannes '73 [4:09]
14. Homeless [2:30]
15. "Don't Expect Too Much" [6:17]
16. End Credits [2:01]
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Disc #1 -- We Can't Go Home Again
   Nicholas Ray's We Can't Go Home Again
      Play Film
   Don't Expect Too Much by Susan Ray
      Play Film
      English for the Hearing Impaired
         Subtitles: On
         Subtitles: Off
   Oscilloscope Releases
      The Messenger
      Meek's Cutoff
      We Need to Talk About Kevin
Disc #2 -- We Can't Go Home Again
   DVD Credits
   Extended Interview - Jim Jarmusch
   Extended Interview - Bernard Eisenschitz
   Camera Three - Profile of Nicholas Ray (CBS) (1977)
   Marco Rushes (1977)
   About Marco
   "The Janitor" (1974)
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