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» Wild At Heart (R-Rated Version)
» Dell's Lunch Counter
» - Lula's Momma (03m 05s)
» - Sailor & Lula Get Born (01m 52s)
» - Wild At Heart And Weird On Top (02m 26s)
» - The Red Pipe (02m 13s)
» - Pigeons (02m 11s)
» - The Good Witch (01m 43s)
» - Not Your Head-Head (01m 24s)
» - Cannes (03m 42s)
» - Snakeskin Jacket (02m 15s)
» Love, Death, Elvis & Oz (29m 50s)
» Sailor & Lula Image Gallery
» Specific Spontaneity: Focus On David Lynch (07m 16s)
» David Lynch On The DVD (02m 46s)
» Original EPK
» Trailer & TV-Spots
» DVD, R2, PAL
» 2.35:1 Anamorphic
» English DD 5.1
» English HoH, Swedish, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Greek, Hebrew, Norwegian
» Wild At Heart
» David Lynch
» Nicolas Cage, Laura Dern, Willem Dafoe, Crispin Glover
This design had been around for a while even before it hit the UK market. In fact, this digipack look was intially done by the French though with the slightly altered cover art title changed to "Sailor Et Lula" (as the film is called over there).
The digipack holds only one disc but it's not a slim digi. Instead, we get a thick double-sized (compared to slim) digitray glued together with some excellent artwork.
The only minus on this set would be the UK rating-markers on the bottom corners of the front, but this is not exactly big news so who cares.
As far as the disc is concerned, this is a good update over the old vanilla version. There's a good documentary as well as number of short featurettes. Not an ultimate edition by far but then again this is David Lynch so if you're holding out for an audio commentary or deleted scenes you're in for a very long waiting period.
Sadly, all of the new collector's edition releases include the remastered edition of the film, which is slightly censored by choice from director David Lynch himself.
All the extras come with optional English, Swedish, Danish, Dutch, Finnish and Norwegian subtitles.
This edition was remastered under Lynch's supervision and has been optically censored to remove gore in a specific scene. As this was a choice of the director himself (altering his intial cut of the film) one might argue that this less graphic version is the actual director's cut... but the truth is that most people probably prefer the fully uncut version even if it's just a matter of seconds worth of extra gore.
The digipack was only available for the first pressing and current pressing present the same disc in a keepcase within a slipcase (featuring the same artwork as this version).