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Revolution: Revisited DVD

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The fight for America's independence was fought on many fronts. In a departure from his usual type, Al Pacino stars in this period drama as a trapper drawn into the war between the Yanks and the Brits. Although a reluctant revolutionary at first, Al is soon fighting alongside his son and many brave Americans who gave their all for their new country. Nastassja Kinski costars in this gripping action drama that director Hugh Hudson revisited - and recut - for this DVD release.
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Technical Specs
  • Format: DVD
  • Rating: PG
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Run Time: 115 Minutes
  • Region: 1 Region?
  • Aspect Ratio: Widescreen
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: May 26, 2009
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Audio: ENGLISH: Dolby Digital 5.1 [CC]
  • Color: Color
  • Includes:
    Revisiting Revolution: A Conversation With Al Pacino and Hugh Hudson
    Theatrical Trailer
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The Original Was Even Better

By Two Hawks

from Delta, Colorado

About Me Avid Moviegoer


  • Engaging Characters
  • Great Cinematography
  • Informative


  • Disappointing
  • Unneccessary Edits

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    AS a history buff and also an Al Pacino fan I was elated when I first discovered the original movie, available only on VHS. Al plays Tom Dobbs, a trapper coming to New York to sell furs during the start of the American revolution. With is one son, he gets drawn into the fight when it was "not his fight" and soon demonstrates what every American should know about this period of history. The politics of the wealthy became a war fought by the poor; all hoping for a better life. The characters were enthralling and demonstrated the strife between loyalist and rebel, a strife that split apart many families. It showed how personal relationships were hard to maintain both through the challanges of war and the lack of reliable means of communication. Something we take for granted today. These characters were genuine and believable, and in that way gave a better depiction of the war from the commoners point of view than other period peices, say "The Patriot." I own both of these movies and since there are so little movies that are well made about this time period, I was anxious to find Revolution on DVD. There was one scene in particular where Tom Dobbs is holding his son while he has to have a wound cauterized and tells him his own dream for a better life after the war that always gives me goosebumps. The only DVD version I have found is Revolution REVISITED.

    While I liked the original movie, this "Revisited" introduces some new overdubbed narration by a much older Al Paccino that I found a little distracting and unneccesary. The video quality was only slightly improved, the audio a little worse, and there are very few extras. Though I did enjoy hearing an interview with the lead actor and the director. I will now keep watching for a Bue Ray version and hope it sticks more to original production.

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