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Zero Woman: Red Handcuffs/DVD

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< Zero Woman: Red Handcuffs

US

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  • Released in 2005
  • Region 1
  • STUDIO: Discotek
  • PICTURE: 2.35:1 Anamorphic NTSC
  • SOUND: Japanese Dolby Digital 2.0
  • SUBTITLES: English Subtitles
  • SPECIAL FEATURES: Trailer | Booklet
  • DVD COMMENTS: Specs unconfirmed. This is probably the best edition available at the moment. - HungFist

Dutch

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  • Released in 2004
  • Region 0
  • STUDIO: Japan Shock
  • PICTURE: 2.35:1 Non-Anamorphic PAL
  • SOUND: Japanese Dolby Digital Mono | German Audio
  • SUBTITLES: English, Dutch and German Subtitles
  • SPECIAL FEATURES: Photo Gallery | Trailer | Bonus Trailers | Post Cards
  • DVD COMMENTS: Specs unconfirmed. This should be the worst dvd available for the film. - HungFist

France

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  • Released in 2004
  • Region 2
  • 84 min
  • STUDIO: HK Video
  • PICTURE: 2.35:1 Anamorphic PAL
  • SOUND: Japanese Dolby Digital 2.0 (192 kbps) | French Dolby Digital 5.1 (384 kbps)
  • SUBTITLES: French Subtitles (forced on japanese audio)
  • SPECIAL FEATURES: Presentation for the Film (3:59) | Miki Sugimoto and Yukio Noda Filmographies | Theatrical Trailer (2:34) | Bonus Trailers | 16 Page Booklet
  • DVD COMMENTS: HK Video’s dvd (only available in the Coffret Femmes Fatales box set) is not among their best work. I've seen a couple of screencaptures from the R1 dvd, and while HK Video looks at times notably better, I think the R1 is probably overall better. HK Video's transfer is boosted and bluish. Contrast is too hight and skintones often look unnatural. This is still far better than the Dutch dvd. Personally I can't decide whether to double dip and get the R1, or wait and see if Toei ever gets over to releasing this film (without subs of course). Currently no perfect version exist. - HungFist
  • Coffret Femmes Fatales Box Set Review
  • Buy the French Double Pack DVD
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