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For the upcoming release of Drive on 30th May, here’s what Second Sight Films had to say:
Fasten your seatbelt for the ride of a lifetime as the ‘very brutal, very slick LA pulp thriller’ (The Guardian), Drive gets the Limited Edition 4K UHD/Blu-ray treatment. Arriving on 30 May 2022, the exquisite collectable, bonus-filled box set is presented by Second Sight Films and Nicolas Winding Refn. The film will also be available individually as a Standard Edition 4K or Blu-ray.
This cult-classic sees Ryan Gosling as the formidable driver, in an outstanding performance that confirmed his status as a major Hollywood player, alongside another rising star early into her career, Carey Mulligan Bryan Cranston also stars, and Christina Hendricks gives a show-stealing turn in this stylish, wild, high-octane thrill ride, that’s filled with wickedly astounding action and awe-inspiring car chases that will leave you in a spin.
Hollywood stuntman and best in the business getaway driver (Gosling) has a strict professional code, but his loner lifestyle is turned upside down when he falls for his neighbour Irene (Mulligan). With her ex-con husband owing protection money, she’s sucked into the dangerous criminal underworld and there’s only one person that can her save her… the driver.
Drive Limited Edition comes in stunning premium packaging with new artwork by AllCity and includes a 240-page hardback book with new essays, an exclusive interview with author James Sallis,original storyboards, stills and behind-the-scenes photos; the original novel with exclusive new artwork and art cards.All versions come with new exclusive audio commentary by Nicolas Winding Refn and Guardian film critic Peter Bradshaw, and a 70-minute conversation with Nicolas Winding Refn, editor Mat Newman and composer Cliff Martinez. Please see full list of extras below.
A Special Edition release presented by Second Sight Films and Director Nicolas Winding Refn
Includes UHD and Blu-ray both with main feature and bonus features
New 4K master produced by the original post production company and approved by Nicolas Winding Refn
UHD presented in Dolby Vision HDR graded by the film’s original colourist
Dolby Atmos and DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
New exclusive audio commentary by Nicolas Winding Refn and The Guardian film critic Peter Bradshaw
Drive: a 70-minute conversation with Nicolas Winding Refn, Editor Mat Newman and Composer Cliff Martinez
Cutting a Getaway – a new interview with Mat Newman3 Point Turns – a new video essay by Leigh Singer
Optional English subtitles for the hearing impaired
Limited Edition Contents
Premium box set packaging with new artwork by AllCity
240-page hardback book with new essays by Travis Crawford, Alison Taylor, Matthew Thrift, Simon Ward, Thomas Joseph Watson, Emma Westwood and Hannah Woodhead, an exclusive interview with Drive author James Sallis by Matthew Thrift, original storyboards, stills and behind-the-scenes photos
The original novel with exclusive new artwork by AllCity
7 collectors’ art cards
Many thanks to Aim Publicity and Second Sight Films for providing the above images. The Limited Edition 4K and Blu-ray of Drive can be pre-ordered here.
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