Jubilee - 40th Anniversary Edition (DVD + Blu-ray) Blu Ray

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The mythological past and bleak future converge on the sparse, grey streets of London in this cult classic of the punk era. Queen Elizabeth 1 and her occult aide Dr John Dee (brilliantly played by Jenny Runacre and Richard O'Brien, respectively) travel into the future, encountering the megalomania of big business as well as gangs of violent, marauding killers. Director Derek Jarman doesn't spare the shocks while electrifying punk rock numbers are delivered by Jayne County and Adam Ant Newly available as a Dual Format Edition for the very first time, the film is a... 2K remaster from the original camera negatives, and comes bolstered by an extensive array of extras. Special Features: Presented in High Definition and Standard Definition A Message from the Temple (1981, 5 mins) Toyah Wilcox: Being Mad (2014, 8 mins): The singer and actress looks back on her role in Jubilee Jordan remembers Jubilee (2018): Punk icon Jordan looks back on her friendship with Derek Jarman and the making if Jubilee Lee Drysdale remembers Jubilee (2018): Derek Jarman's friend and, later collaborator Lee Drysdale recalls his unconventional involvement in the making of Jubilee Jubilee image gallery Fully illustrated booklet with writing on the film by Will Fowler, an original review and full film credits [show more]

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Released
18 June 2018
Directors
Actors
Format
Blu Ray 
Publisher
Bfi 
Classification
Runtime
106 minutes 
Features
Dolby, PAL 
Barcode
5035673013113 
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Derek Jarman's second feature transports Queen Elizabeth I (Jenny Runacre) through time from 1578 to 1978, where she sees what has become of her once glorious kingdom: law and order have broken down, punks roam the streets, decay and desolation eat away at the basic fabric of society. With a cast featuring the likes of Adam Ant and Toyah Wilcox, a vivid take on the post-apocalyptic urban landscape, and plenty of random violence, this is the ultimate punk movie.