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» 2 Discs
» 5 Art Cards
» HMV Exclusive
» Brick (movie)
» Audio Commentary by director Rian Johnson and various cast and crew
» DVD, R2, PAL
» 1.85:1 Anamorphic
» English DD 5.1
» English DD 2.0 stereo
» Interview with director Rian Johnson (32m 05s)
» Deleted & Extended Scenes (w/ introduction by writer/director Rian Johnson) (22m 32s)
» Cast Auditions: Nora Zehetner & Noah Segan (03m 04s)
» Junkyard Score: The Making of the Soundtrack (11m 11s)
» Pin's Den (Music Only) (02m 52s)
» Rian Johnson's Video Diary: London Press Trip (04m 58s)
» Chickenscratch Storyboards (Storyboards with forced Commenary by Rian Johnson) (01m 31s)
» Costume Design (Sketches with forced commentary by Rian Johnson) (02m 33s)
» Theatrical Trailer (02m 23s)
» Other Releases
» - Me and You and Everyone we Know (02m 30s)
» - Dead Man's Shoes (01m 38s)
» - Murderball (01m 57s)
» DVD, R2, PAL
» Rian Johnson
» Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Nora Zehetner, Lukas Haas, Noah Fleiss, Matt OŽLeary, Emilie de Ravin, Noah Segan, Richard Roundtree, Meagan Good, Brian J. White, Jonathan Cauff, Reedy Gibbs, Lucas Babin, Tracy Wilcoxen, Ari Welkom
The keepcase and slipcase look exactly the same but it's still quite a nice cover choice. Exclusive to this HMV edition are 5 limited edition post cards.
It really comes down to a matter of taste but personally I prefer the german steelbook over this packaging. Still if you're a fan of the not to special cardboard slipcase thing you'd probably want to check this one out.
Even though we're just talking two discs here, I think they really did a great job with the extras.
The Junkyard Score featurette is a nice little piece about the soundtrack of the film. It's basically a slideshow following various aspects of the film and the soundtrack. This featurette runs for a little over 11 min and features an audiotrack by composer Nathan Johnsson (yes, he is related to the director).
The Chickenscratch Storyboards is a very short featurette just showing director Rian Johnsons terrible storyboards (no, that's HIS opinion) as he talks about how much they suck. I rather like this featurette but I really wish it was longer so we could get to see more of these his doodlings... not because they're good storyboards, because they really aren't but it's just very interesting to see how much you can do even if you're not the artistic type.
Finally, I'd like to take a moment and mention the short Origami Master film towards the end of my list. Now, this is not you're classic final film-school project as one would expect, but rather a VERY early production that the director did in high school. Now I find this kind of amusing, I mean, it's all handheld cameras, ninja costumes and brightly coloured toy guns. I mean ok, it's not really related to Brick but it's just humoures to see a director with such a wonderful self-distance, who can just take these (presumably) embarassing memories (and storyboards alike) and show em off as a curiousity even when he doesn't have to.
This release is pretty simular to the german 2 disc set but each release has a couple of unique interesting extras so a true fan might consider both of them.
The slipcase and postcards are only included with the HMV-edition.