LADY IN WHITE

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LADY IN WHITE REVIEWED

“Lady in White” is a film that I watched all of the time on HBO. Sure, it was a shorter cut that took me four times to watch. But, I was blown away by this ghost story. It’s a kid friendly period piece that never looks down at the children that headline. Hell, the film kinda informs a lot of what “The Lovely Bones” would later touch upon. Naturally, no one credits this film properly.

However, both cuts of the film lead me to find the stuff with Len Cariou to be a bit too Columbo. It gets expanded upon with the longer cuts, but it still doesn’t wow me. That being said, I do appreciate the longer cuts giving a better sense of environment and history. It’s weird to watch a film like this 20-25 years after the fact. Kid viewing vs. adult viewing really skews things in the right way.

SPECIAL FEATURES

DISC ONE: Director’s Cut (117 minutes)
• Introduction by Frank LaLoggia
• Audio Commentary with Frank LaLoggia
• Behind the Scenes Footage with introduction by Frank LaLoggia
• Deleted Scenes with introduction by Frank LaLoggia
• Extended Behind the Scenes Footage – production and post production
• Promotional Short Film
• Theatrical Trailer & Alternate Trailer
• TV & Radio Spots
• Behind the Scenes Photo Montage
• Extended Photo Gallery
DISC TWO: Extended Director’s Cut (126 minutes) and Original Theatrical Cut (113 minutes)

A/V STATS

  • 1080p transfer
  • DTS-HD master audio track

RELEASE DATE: 9/27/16

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