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Party's Over, The (Flipside) (Dual Format Edition) - DVD, Blu-Ray Party's Over, The (Flipside) (Dual Format Edition)

Oliver Reed stars in this London Beatnik classic from 1965 - brought to you by the Flipside. Oliver Reed stars in this London Beatnik classic from 1965 - brought to you by the Flipside.
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The original uncensored director's cut of this controversial film is brought to DVD for the first time. Enigmatic young Melina (Louise Sorel) has fallen in with a group of Chelsea beatniks, catching the attention of the gang's defiant leader Moise (Oliver Reed), but inviting scorn and jealousy from the group's other members including Moise's lover Libby (Ann Lynn). But wild and drunken partying has terrible consequences, and when Melina's fiancee Carson (Clifford David) begins investigating, the shocking truth is revealed. The Party's Over, written by Marc Behm (Help!) and with music by John Barry (best-known for his Bond soundtracks), was directed by Guy Hamilton, the director behind the most famous early Bond films including Diamonds are Forever and Live and Let Die.

The original uncensored director's cut of this controversial film is brought to DVD for the first time. Enigmatic young Melina (Louise Sorel) has fallen in with a group of Chelsea beatniks, catching the attention of the gang's defiant leader Moise (Oliver Reed), but inviting scorn and jealousy from the group's other members including Moise's lover Libby (Ann Lynn). But wild and drunken partying has terrible consequences, and when Melina's fiancee Carson (Clifford David) begins investigating, the shocking truth is revealed. The Party's Over, written by Marc Behm (Help!) and with music by John Barry (best-known for his Bond soundtracks), was directed by Guy Hamilton, the director behind the most famous early Bond films including Diamonds are Forever and Live and Let Die.

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SKU 5035673010570
Catalogue Number BFIB1057
Subtitle A film by Guy Hamilton
Product contents
  • The complete director's cut presented in both high definition and standard definition.
  • Original theatrical release version (Blu-ray only) 92 min.
  • Original theatrical release version, cut sequences (DVD only, 18 min).
Year 1963
Publisher(s) BFI
Format DVD, Blu-Ray
Countries United Kingdom
Aspect ratio 1.66:1
Colour Black/white
Sound Sound
Subtitles English for the hard-of-hearing
Running time 95
DVD region 2
Blu-ray region B
Certificate 12

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