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World On A Wire Format: Blu-Ray Rating: Not Rated Genre: Foreign Studio: Criterion Collection


Specifications
  • World On A Wire available on February 25 2015 from Newegg for 40.38
  • World On A Wire (ger/eng Sbt/naqc) (brd) available on February 20 2015 from Indigo for 42.99
  • World on a Wire (The Criterion Collection) Blu-ray available on November 07 2014 from Amazon for $20.99
  • UPC bar code 715515092012 ξ2 registered February 14 2015
  • UPC bar code 715515092012 ξ4 registered February 01 2015
  • UPC bar code 715515092012 ξ5 registered February 20 2015
  • UPC bar code 715515092012 ξ3 registered November 07 2014
  • UPC bar code 715515092012 ξ1 registered June 09 2012
  • Product category is Video Movie
  • Manufacturered by Criterion Collection

  • # 9SIA17P0AW1595
  • # 71551509201
  • # 366531
  • Product color is Color

  • Product weight is 0.37 lbs.

References
    ^ (2012). World On A Wire (Blu-ray) (revised Nov 2013)
    ^ World on a Wire (Blu-ray Disc, 2012, Criterion Collection) (revised Oct 2015)
    ^ (2012). World on a Wire (The Criterion Collection) [Blu-ray], Criterion Collection. Amazon. (revised Nov 2014)
    ^ World On A Wire, Criterion Collection. Newegg. (revised Feb 2015)
    ^ World On A Wire (ger/eng Sbt/naqc) (brd) Indigo. (revised Feb 2015)

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Rainer Werner Fassbinder's film in this newly released Criterion DVD draws immediate parallels to Fahrenheit 451, Fran├žois Truffaut's nightmarish vision of a world without books. Fassbinder's film is less openly allegoric, more rooted in a world where corporate interests align with science and technology run amuck. It's especially chilling that a mere 28 years prior to the making of this 1973 film, Hitler's Gestapo performed the same type of eugenics experiments, and deployed the same numbering scheme on..
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Firstly, it should be noted that this is a Fassbinder movie regardless of genre so one would need to be receptive to his work overall to enjoy this. That said World on a Wire remains true to the novel: and although it expands on it stays within its frame work. Also there really is no need to contrast and compare to: as they are two entirely different films (both of which I enjoyed). However it is also true as regards science fiction that less can be more such as:...
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This is a movie that I've been wanting to see since I was young, but, although it was made in my time, it wasn't readily available. Alas, Criterion has finally released it, and I was so excited to finally see it!Basically, it is a TV movie based on the early 1960s sci-fi short story by Daniel Galouye. It's about an engineer who is caught not only in an ethical dilemma on how his machine that mimics reality should be used (for the good of people or for corporate greed), but he debates whether he is in a fa..
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