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Great old film, and as i love redsetter's well i had to get it on DVD as it was a long time ago when i last seen the film, we sat and watched it as a family well good
Having converted most of my old video collection to DVD I was thrilled to find this film gem in digital format. If you watch this in widescreen format, it really does the battle scene great justice; coupled with surround sound, you'll be gripped by the amazing cinematography. I would recommend the director's cut that includes scenes about the relationship between the lead character and his estranged wife and helps you to understand the motivation behind his decision. The run time is 183 minutes for the directors cut and 120 minutes for the cinema version. I was, however, disappointed by the lack of extras, which any fan of this classic would expect to be included. There's only a 20-minute interview with the director and other shot "making-of" vignettes.
I watched this film when I was a little girl (many years ago). First time my mother took me to the pictures. I cried all the time. Didn't realise it still existed so it has filled a long wish to watch it again. May have forged my loving of animals! Soppy film with lots of action and a happy ending. Man's best friend is definitely a dog, they love you no matter how you feel, no matter if you are angry, even if you've not combed your hair and I think this film shows that. The bond cannot be broken. Get it, watch it and cry with it. Fantastic.