The most sensational Dutch taboo film of all time!
After five years in prison, an ex-con returns to a society where total sexual freedom is now the norm. Michael (Frank & Eva’s Hugo Metsers) yearns for sex, and becomes fascinated by the amorous life of an attractive woman next door (Business Is Business’s Carry Tefsen), eventually organizing a series of sordid orgies with her and the neighbors…
Blue Movie was the most controversial and talked about Dutch film upon theatrical release – a sensation that brought millions of visitors to cinemas. Produced by Pim de la Parra (Frank & Eva, Obsessions), and directed by his partner Wim Verstappen, Blue Movie was a breakthrough commercial hit for their company Scorpio Films – and the start of the Golden Years of Dutch cinema, also known as the “Dutch Sex Wave.” Presented by Cult Epics for first time ever in High-definition on Blu-Ray & DVD – and featuring cinematography by Jan De Bont (Turkish Delight, Private Lessons, Basic Instinct) – now see for yourself what all the commotion was about!
Cult Epics website Exclusive: BLUE MOVIE Slipcase (German Poster Art) and reversible sleeve with Uncensored art (Limited numbered edition of 500 printed with Blu-ray/DVD Combo) Region free. Also available with Pim de la Parra’s Frank & Eva (Blu-ray/DVD Combo) featuring Exclusive Japanese Poster Art Slipcover.
- Blu-ray/DVD Combo
- New HD Restoration & Transfer
- Interview with director Wim Verstappen (1971)
- Interview with producer Pim de la Parra at the Dutch Sex Wave festival, Cinematheque Francais (2018)
- Interview with Hugo Metsers Jr., Paris (2018)
- Eye Film Institute – Featurette (2018)
- Blue Movie poster & photo video gallery
- Original Scorpio films Theatrical Trailers
- Limited Edition Slipcase and Reversible Uncensored Sleeve
Netherlands / 1971 / Color / Approx. 89 Minutes / Dutch Language with optional English subtitles/ Aspect Ratio 1.37:1 / Dolby Digital dual Mono
Blue Movie/Frank & Eva (Blu-ray/DVD Combos) Limited Edition Slipcase
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED 4 out 5 Stars –Blu-ray.com
“Blue Movie, while sexually frank in both its depictions and its free love themes, is far from a mindless erotic free-for-all.” –Zekefilm
“It’s also significant for being the cinematography debut of Jan de Bont, who would go on to work on Verhoeven’s Turkish Delight and John McTiernan’s Die Hard, as well as helming Speed, Twister and the 1999 remake of The Haunting.” –Blood on the Camera
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