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A shocking and surreal journey through the darkest depths of love, director David Lynch's Wild at Heart receives the deluxe treatment thanks to the efforts of MGM/UA Home Video. The feature is presented in 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen, and it looks nothing less than stunning. Colors are bright and vibrant, and the transfer -- supervised by Lynch himself -- is absolutely gorgeous. Audio is also used effectively, with a Dolby Digital 5.1 sound scheme offering a satisfying mix of dialogue and music punctuated by ...
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A shocking and surreal journey through the darkest depths of love, director David Lynch's Wild at Heart receives the deluxe treatment thanks to the efforts of MGM/UA Home Video. The feature is presented in 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen, and it looks nothing less than stunning. Colors are bright and vibrant, and the transfer -- supervised by Lynch himself -- is absolutely gorgeous. Audio is also used effectively, with a Dolby Digital 5.1 sound scheme offering a satisfying mix of dialogue and music punctuated by loud and effectively placed bursts during key moments. Purists will be satisfied to note the inclusion of the original English Stereo Surround track, with a Spanish Mono track and optional English, French, and Spanish subtitles making for an impressive selection of audio and language options. For years, the production of Wild at Heart has been surrounded by rumors that have since become the stuff of cinematic urban legend, and an abundance of bonus materials offer not only a definitive look at the making of the film, but give viewers the chance to truly connect with the film from inception to post-production. Clocking in at nearly 30 minutes, "Love, Death, Elvis & Oz: The Making of Wild at Heart" offers the most detailed recollection of the films' production ever committed to celluloid, and interviews with Lynch, book author Barry Gifford, and many more members of the cast and crew track the progression of the tale from book to film. Discussion regarding the film's violence and its infamous premiere at the Cannes Film Festival will certainly hit the spot for Lynch fans, and the informative documentary leads nicely into "Dell's Lunch Counter," where a series of brief featurettes detail everything from Gifford's inspiration for the book to the lengths the notoriously quirky director would go to get the perfect shot. After viewers follow the journey of Sailor and Lula through a dynamic photo montage, "Specific Spontaneity: Focus on David Lynch" speaks with many of the director's closest collaborators to explore his creative methods and inspirations. An original making-of featurette, given only a brief running time of six minutes, isn't quite as informative as the aforementioned documentary, though it is fun to take a brief trip back in time and see Lynch and company comment on the film from a more immediate perspective. Explore the process of transferring a film to DVD with the director himself in "David Lynch on the DVD Process," and after you've taken in the theatrical trailer and television spots, the liner notes offer a great "family tree" of the film's colorful cast of characters. Though some may be disappointed to note that the optical censorship of the infamous shotgun decapitation still remains well in place on this release, the fact that Lynch himself supervised the transfer shows that this is his preferred cut for stateside distribution, and the sheer wealth of bonus materials -- not to mention a fabulous presentation of the film itself -- more than justifies the purchase of this fantastic and comprehensive release.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Stunning new transfer supervised by David Lynch, with upgraded picture and sound; "Love, Death, Elvis & Oz: The Making of Wild at Heart" featurette; "Dell's Lunch Counter" extended interviews; Sailor & Lula image gallery; "Specific Spontaneity: Focus on David Lynch" featurette; "David Lynch on the DVD Process"; Original making-of featurette; Four TV spots; Original theatrical trailer
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Appearing at the height of the director's popularity, thanks to the inescapable, if short-lived, Twin Peaks phenomenon, Wild at Heart is also the most stereotypically Lynchian of David Lynch's films, filled with striking visuals, surreal asides, pop-culture references, quirky characters, and oblique commentary on American life. As such, it will leave some viewers thrilled, others scratching their heads in annoyance. The open structure of the road film allows Lynch to indulge his most freewheeling instincts, and the results might be predictably mixed, but they're also frequently thrilling. If individual scenes themselves feel loosely connected, Nicolas Cage and Laura Dern help hold the enterprise together by lending surprising poignancy to what could have been fairly cartoonish characters. Though not without its moments of unevenness, cumulatively, it feels like the perfect contemporary picaresque for the fast-food era.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/7/2004
  • UPC: 027616914606
  • Original Release: 1990
  • Rating:

  • Source: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Cinemascope (2.35:1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Mono, Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Español
  • Time: 2:04:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Nicolas Cage Sailor Ripley
Laura Dern Lula Pace Fortune
Diane Ladd Marietta Fortune
Willem Dafoe Bobby Peru
Isabella Rossellini Perdita Durango
Harry Dean Stanton Johnnie Farragut
Crispin Glover Dell
Grace Zabriskie Juana
J.E. Freeman Marcello Santos
Calvin Lockhart Reggie
David Patrick Kelly Dropshadow
Bellina Logan
Glenn Walker Harris Jr. Pace
Gregg G. Dandridge
Freddie Jones George Kovich
Charlie Spradling Irma
Eddie Dixon
Marvin Kaplan Uncle Pooch
Brent Fraser Idiot Punk
John Lurie Sparky
Jack Nance 00 Spool
Tommy G. Kendrick Red (uncredited/cut out)
Scott Coffey Billy
Sherilyn Fenn Girl in Accident
Pruitt Taylor Vince Buddy
Frances Bay Madam
Peter Bromilow Hotel Manager
Frank Collison Timmy Thompson
Cage S. Johnson Man at Shell Station
Sheryl Lee Good Witch
Nicholas Love Man in Wheelchair
Koko Taylor Singer at Zanzibar
Ed Wright Desk Clerk
Darrell Zwerling Singer's Manager
Bob Terhune Earl Kovich (uncredited/cut out)
Jack Jozefson Chet (uncredited/cut out)
Tracey Walter Roach (uncredited/cut out)
Albert Popwell Barkeeper at Zanzibar (uncredited/cut out)
William Morgan Sheppard Mr. Reindeer
Daniel Quinn Young Cowboy
Shawne Rowe Waitress (uncredited/cut out)
Technical Credits
David Lynch Director, Screenwriter
Michael Adams Stunts
Angelo Badalamenti Score Composer
Michelle Buhler Makeup
Roydon E. Clark Stunts
David Domeyer Special Effects
Duwayne Dunham Editor
Frederick Elmes Cinematographer
Donna Evans Stunts
Mark Frost Screenwriter
Steve Golin Co-producer
Orwin Harvey Stunts
Mike Johnson Stunts
Steve Kelso Stunts
Michael Kuhn Executive Producer
Louis Lazara Special Effects
Leonardo Art Director
David Brian Miller Special Effects
Monty Montgomery Co-producer
Pat Norris Costumes/Costume Designer, Production Designer
Bernie Pock Stunts
Don Power Special Effects
Johanna Ray Casting
Wally Rose Stunts
G. Marq Roswell Musical Direction/Supervision
Joni Sighvatsson Co-producer
Sigurjon Sighvatsson Producer
Neil Summers Stunts
Bob Terhune Stunts
Eddie Wong Stunts
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Main Title
2. Killing for Marietta
3. No Way in Hell
4. Thinkin' About Sex
5. "Hire Me a Hit Man"
6. Moms Who Love Too Much
7. Honor on the Dance Floor
8. Smoking in Bed
9. Broken Parole
10. The Hit Man's Condition
11. Two Silver Dollars
12. New Orleans Nights
13. Hotter 'N Georgia Asphalt
14. A Story With a Lesson
15. Bad News in Person...
16. ...And on the Radio
17. Sailor's Story
18. One Bad Accident
19. Gone Buffalo Huntin'
20. Big Tuna, Texas
21. Strange Strangers Camp
22. Lula Can't Say It
23. "You Want Bobby Peru"
24. Beer, Guns & Easy Money
25. ...And Weird on Top
26. Something Might Happen
27. The Dummy Holdup
28. In Deep Trouble
29. Sailor's Love Child
30. No Good No More
31. The Road to Love
32. Love Me Tender/Credits
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Love, Death, Elvis & Oz: The Making of Wild at Heart
      Dell's Lunch Counter
         Lula's Momma
         Sailor & Lula Get Born
         "Wild at Heart and Weird on Top"
         The Red Pipe
         Pigeons
         The Good Witch
         "Not Your Head-Head"
         Cannes
         The Snakeskin Jacket
      Sailor & Lula Image Gallery
      Specific Spontaneity: Focus on David Lynch
      David Lynch - On the DVD
      Original EPK Featurette
      TV Spots
      Theatrical Trailer
      Other Great MGM Releases
         MGM Means Great Movies
         Male Action
         Wicker Park
         More Great MGM Releases
   Languages
      Spoken Languages: English 5.1 Surround
      Spoken Languages: Original English Stereo Surround
      Spoken Languages: Español Mono
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: None
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Only for Lynch fans

    I saw this movie last week and it has left me a permanent mark...but not in the good way. The story is so weird that you have to watch it a second time to truely understand it...but I didn't want to watch it a second time. The visuals of the movie are very strange as well, and even though the sex scenes are the highlight of the movie, it didn't get me as excited as the Baldwin/Basinger sex scene in 'The Getaway,' and that wasn't that hot as well. If you do want to watch this movie, do it at your own risk

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Love Me Tender

    You need to have this movie in your collection if you are a Lynch fan. Be leary of those who do not understand the movie since, most likely, they do not understand David Lynch.

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