|Very RARE OUT-OF-PRINT DVD of the film adaptation of the novel, "Last Exit to Brooklyn", that was originally published in 1964, which was banned both in the U.S. and England.|
The film was shown at the 1989 London Film Festival.
This rare film is on a beautifully DIGITALLY REMASTERED import DVD. It presented in 16x9 ANAMORPHIC WIDESCREEN.
Plot: Set in Brooklyn during the 1950s against a backdrop of union corruption and violence. A prostitute falls in love with one of her customers. Also a disturbed man discovers that he is homosexual.
The DVD is encoded NTSC REGION 0(playable on all U.S. and Canada dvd players), audio is 2.0 Dolby Digital English, removable English subtitles, video formatted 16x9 ANAMORPHIC WIDESCREEN. Also, there is an interactive menu with scene selection for easy navigation through the DVD. The audio and video quality is PRISTINE!INTERNATIONAL BUYERS DO NOT PAY UNTIL ADJUSTED INVOICE IS SENT REFLECTING ADJUSTED SHIPPING AND HANDLING FEES. Thank you!