Fat City (Dual Format Limited Edition) Blu Ray

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John Huston's sombre but compassionate boxing drama is a criminally-underseen late-career masterpiece from the great director. Peppered with outstanding performances this gritty yet affectionate look at the world of small-time boxing highlights a down-and-out fighter and a young up-and-comer, both moving through a world of seedy gyms and flop houses. Extras/Episodes: INDICATOR LIMITED EDITION SPECIAL FEATURES: 4K restoration ¢ Original mono audio Audio commentary by film historians Lem Dobbs and Nick Redman New ˜making of' documentary featuring interviews with... stars Stacy Keach and Candy Clark ¢ Archival interview with director John Huston on Fat CIty Isolated score Original theatrical trailer Image gallery New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing Limited edition exclusive booklet with a new essay by critic Danny Leigh ¢ UK Blu-ray premiere ¢ Limited Dual Format Edition of 3,000 copies [show more]

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27 March 2017
Blu Ray 
Powerhouse FIlms 
96 minutes 
CD+DVD, Closed-captioned, PAL 
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Drama directed by John Huston and starring Stacy Keach, Jeff Bridges and Susan Tyrrell. When Billy Tully (Keach), a boxer past his prime, visits a gym in an attempt to get back in shape he encounters a young man named Ernie Munger (Bridges). After sparring with him and seeing his potential, Tully tells him he ought to try and find an old trainer of his. Inspired by the encounter, Tully wants to start boxing again. But as the young Munger struggles to make his way in the boxing world, Tully finds himself down on his luck with little chance of returning to his glory days.