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|Official Release Date||Apr 26, 2011|
|Starring||Lynn Carlin, Buck Henry, Georgia Engel, Tony Harvey, Audra Lindley, Paul Benedict|
|Screen Format||Wide Screen|
|Running Time||93 Minutes|
descriptionFrench only Blu-Ray/Region All pressing. When Milos Forman set out to make his first American movie, he moved into a house on Leroy Street for more than a year. The door was always open, and Forman spent most of his time talking to anyone who stopped by. Frustrated after producer Carlo Ponti rejected, of all things, an adaptation of Kafka's "Amerika", Forman instead made 1971's Taking Off. Even taking into account the ambitious biographical sweep of later projects like The People Vs. Larry Flynt and Man On The Moon, it remains his best film in and about America - an engaging, episodic, wonderfully fair-minded satire about runaway children and anxious adults... * Please note the artwork has printed 'Region B' but it has been tested and confirmed as Region All. Please also note the supplemental features on this Blu-ray disc are encoded in 1080/50i. Therefore, you must have a Region-Free player capable of converting 1080/50i to 1080/60i, or a native Region-B player and a TV set capable of displaying 1080/50i content, in order to view them in North America.
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