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They Shall Not Grow Old DVD.

ajkel64

The Aussie Bulldog
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Sorry about the photo, it’s not the best. Looking forward to watching this DVD on the weekend. I think @cleanshaved mentioned it in a thread a while ago. I kept my eye out for it and it popped up at JB HI here in Australia. Another great DVD from New Zealand’s Peter Jackson.
 

cleanshaved

I’m stumped
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Cool. I saw part of it a few weeks ago and did enjoy what I was able to watch. Hope you enjoy it.
I must add Weta Studio is a great asset to him. That's where the real work is done.

Peter Jackson has come a long way from Meet the Feebles, Bad Taste and Brain Dead.
 

garyg

B&B membership has its percs
I saw it last November, it was shown single screening only at a couple houses around town. Very powerful,
 
I also saw it in November. My son was the youngest person in the theater and I was probably the second youngest.

It's hard for me to imagine someone doing a better job than Peter Jackson did with this documentary, and the commentary at the end is really good.

A hundred years isn't so long ago, and it's amazing how little has actually changed in that time. Especially when it comes to human nature.
 

ajkel64

The Aussie Bulldog
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Watched the DVD this morning. Fantastic documentary. Now watching the making of the documentary on the extra features. Highly recommend it.
 
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