Until The End Of The World: Extended Integral Cut

Until The End Of The World: Extended Integral Cut

 
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Until The End Of The World: Extended Integral Cut
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Original Release Date:
1991
Original Running Time:
157
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Fanedit Running Time:
298
Time Added:
141
Brief Synopsis:
All the extra scenes have been color-corrected, re-edited and re-scored to make the transitions as seamless as possible. The end credits have also been completely redone. With over 18 mn. of added footage, this Extended Integral Cut intends to deliver a more complete and coherent version than the European cut, the director's cut or the original cut of the film.

Note that this blu-ray presents the film in SD due to its length and mostly to the fact that the only HD release of this film, from which most of the footage could have been lifted for this cut, presents the film with a revisited color scheme and an overall terrible quality. The best source to be used was therefore the excellent 2000 Italian DVD box set of the film [presenting the extended cut with its original colors/tints, as well as deleted scenes and many clips used for this ext. cut].

A brand new audio mix has been created, using various sources (the original laserdisc release, the 2016 blu-ray, the 2000 DVD set). This unofficial blu-ray also includes over an hour of bonus footage, some completely unseen before.
Intention:
This is the longest cut of Until The End Of The World ever released, incorporating all the deleted scenes, alternate shots and b-roll footage available, as well as some test footage.
Additional Notes:
SPECIFICATIONS Format : Full Blu-Ray | BD-50 | SD Size : 43,8 Gb Video : h264 | .mkv | 720x576 | 25 fps | 4.000 kb/s Audio : English 2.0 new mix | LPCM | 1.5 mb/s Runtime [this extended cut] : 04:58:21
Release Information
Blu-Ray (BD-50)
Special Features
Extra Features:
- U2 Music Video "Until The End Of The World" (4mn40)
- Wenders In Rome Interviewed While Shooting The Film In Italy (9mn34s)
- Interview Wim Wenders, Shot In 2000 (37mn35s)
- Original Trailer (1mn22s)
- The World Is Still Alive Digital Projections (4mn04)
- Wim And Solveig Promo Interview Clips (1mn28)

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