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Mean Streets – 4K UHD and Blu-Ray Coming Soon From Second Sight

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From Second Sight in the UK comes a new remastered version of director Martin Scorsese’s crime drama Mean Streets.

To celebrate its 50th Anniversary Mean Streets gets a brand new 4K restoration supervised by Scorsese
himself. It’s time to experience this seminal movie, like never seen before with a brand-new Limited Edition version from Second Sight Films. This genuine must-have collector’s edition arrives with a host of special features.

Set in Little Italy, we follow the lives of four young men, who are finding their way in the world, from small-time crooks to aspiring gangsters. There’s Johnny Boy (Robert De Niro), an irresponsible thug with a track record of blowing things up and ripping off loan sharks, his friend Charlie (Harvey Keitel), the dapper nephew of mafia boss Giovanni (Cesare Danova), who’s trying his best to avoid a life of crime.

Born into the criminal fraternity, Charlie battles with his guilty conscience as he tries to save his wayward friend Johnny Boy from the world of crime that he so desperately wants to escape.

Special Features :
● Dual format edition including both UHD and Blu-ray with main feature and bonus
features on both discs
● New 4K restoration supervised and approved by director Martin Scorsese and
collaborator Thelma Schoonmaker
● UHD presented in Dolby Vision HDR
● Restored original mono audio
● New audio commentary by Demetrios Matheou (author of BFI Classics Mean Streets)
and David Thompson (Co-Editor of Scorsese on Scorsese)
● Scene-specific audio commentary with Martin Scorsese and actor Amy Robinson
● Keep Moving Forward: a new interview with producer Jonathan T Taplin
● Saints and Sinners: Dr Catherine Wheatley on Mean Streets
● 2011 Film at Lincoln Center screening introduction, interview and Q&A with Martin
● Mardik: Baghdad to Hollywood feature-length documentary
● Archive featurette: Back on the Block
● Archive featurette: Home Movies
● Trailer
Limited Edition Contents
● Rigid slipcase with original artwork
● 178-page book with new essays by Mark Asch, Daniel Bird, Charles Bramesco, Lillian
Crawford, Elena Lazic, Manuela Lazić, Christina Newland and Extract from Scorsese on
● 8 collectors’ art cards


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