Imprint Bundle Pack – May 2021


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June 2nd, 2021

Product Code IMP-PACK7

The next wave of Imprint Films are here!

Includes all 6 releases from the 7th range of Imprint Films with limited edition slipcases and exclusive special features.

Alfie (1966)

Michael Caine stars as Alfie, a Cockney Casanova, in this outstanding example of 1960s British filmmaking. Alfie is a good-looking charmer, who finds that the Swinging Sixties are a great time to be around in. He’s always able to sweet-talk women into bed, and he just doesn’t care about the consequences. The film charts Alfie’s complex and amoral amour, while he offers his own perspective, addressing the camera with his observations on life and love.

The President’s Analyst (1967)

One of the best political satires ever put to film. Starring James Coburn as the psychiatrist whose top secret sessions with the president are leading him to a nervous breakdown and making him a target for left and right-wing assassins.

The Chalk Garden (1964)

Deborah Kerr and Hayley Mills star in this 1964 drama based on the stage play by Enid Bagnold. When disobedient teenager Laurel (Mills) manages to make yet another governess leave, her grandmother and guardian Mrs St. Maugham (Edith Evans) decides enough is enough. When Miss Madrigal (Kerr) shows up on their doorstep announcing herself as Laurel’s new governess the girl quickly comes to realise that she may have finally met her match.

The Face Behind The Mask (1941)

Acclaimed but rarely seen film noir/crime gem from 1941 starring Peter Lorre who plays a disfigured watchmaker with a grudge against society embarks on a life of crime. This underrated cult classic makes its physical media debut in stunning HD.

Essential Film Noir Collection 2 (1951 – 1954)

This collection includes four more acclaimed and much sought after classics including Hollywood Story (1951), City That Never Sleeps (1953), Plunder of the Sun (1953) and Private Hell 36 (1954).

The Gambler (1974)

James Toback made his screenwriting debut with this taut drama, loosely adapted from the story by Dostoevsky. Axel Freed (James Caan) is an intelligent and well-respected professor of literature at a noted New York university, who uses great writing as a springboard for examining moral and philosophical issues in his class. But when he’s not in front of the chalkboard, Axel has a serious problem — he’s hopelessly addicted to gambling.