Let the Right One In Blu-ray With Commentary



the fallout from the let the right one in subtitle debacle has apparently settled with the outcry dying down since you can now find dvds with the theatrical subtitles in stores. finding blu-ray copies with proper subs has been more difficult, but my guess is they’ll shortly be as easy to find at best buy and target as the dvd version. however, during my search for a blu-ray version, i came across an interesting fact — the film was just released on blu-ray in the uk and their version has more special features than ours. most notably, the uk version contains a commentary track by director tomas alfredson and writer john lindqvist. best of all, this blu-ray is region free, so it will run in american blu-ray players. if you’re interested in owning this beautiful film on blu-ray with its creator’s insightful commentary, it can be ordered relatively cheaply through amazon.co.uk.



One Response to Let the Right One In Blu-ray With Commentary

  1. The only downside to the UK version is that it does not have a lossless audio track. The audio track on the US release is exquisite. I will be waiting for that Blu-ray with the proper subtitles AND lossless track. But if the audio is not that important to you, the UK release is certainly the way to go. They came soooo close to getting it right. They would have made a fortune if they hadn’t skimped on this one point…

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