Get Carter -  - Film - BFI - 5035673000038 - July 25, 2022

Get Carter Limited edition

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Acclaimed 1970s British thriller starring Michael Caine as a hardened gangster returning to his hometown in search of the truth behind his brother's death. Though originally from Newcastle, Jack Carter (Caine) has made his name in London as a tough enforcer for the crime boss, Gerald Fletcher (Terence Rigby). On hearing of his brother's death, Carter returns to Newcastle for his funeral and to investigate his suspicion that his sibling may have been murdered.

After visiting local gangster Cyril Kinnear (John Osborne), Carter is threatened and advised to head back to London. Jack refuses and descends further and further into the city's underworld as his investigations begin to pay off. His search is merciless, unrelenting and fraught with danger and it becomes clear that he will stop at nothing to exact his own brand of justice.


SPECIAL FEATURES:

  • Interactive Menus
  • Bonus Footage
  • Trailers
  • Interviews: Mike Hodges in conversation.
  • Commentary: Audio commentary featuring Michael Caine, Mike Hodges and Wolfgang Suschitzky; Audio commentary featuring Kim Newman and Barry Forshaw.
  • Other Documentary: 'The Sound of Roy Budd' (2022); 'Roy Budd Plays Get Carter' (1971); 'Don't Trust Boys' (2022); 'Klinger on Klinger' (2022).
Media Movies     4K Ultra HD/BD   (Ultra HD Blu-ray (4K) + Blu-ray)
Released July 25, 2022
Original release date 1971
EAN/UPC 5035673000038
Label BFI BFIU0003
Genre Thriller
Dimensions 200 g   (Weight (estimated))
Region code Region 0   (Alle lande)
Language English  
Please note iMusic has no information as to which subtitles may or may not be available on this DVD/Blu-ray.

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