This upload has an Italian audio, not complete though, and I don’t know about the quality.
Thanks for nothing, FilmArt.
Some weeks ago they have promised to release before this christmas.
I doubt that but let`s keep fingers crossed for a suprise.
I don’t think this blu ray will ever come out… it has been announced in 2014 and we’re almost 2018 so…
The label filmArt unfortunately is not so sensitive in anouncing titles. There are many, many movies on their spreaded to do list and fans are permanently disappointed that they need so long for releasing.
Form my point of view it is not very clever from filmArt.
Nevertheless now they promise to release **L
odio è il mio dio** in first quarter of 2018. Lets wait and see…
Damn I really want to see this. Although I’ll admit it’s mainly due to the badass title.
So I finally downloaded this film. But does anyone have an English subtitle file?
Not me. Did you get the German or the Italian audio?
Another movie with only terrible prints… I was really looking foward the great looking blu ray but… oh well
Dean, if you still need subs, SubtitleDB should have them.
Well, they do. Oddly enough I’ve never heard of the site before, thanks Carlos. I’ve mostly used opensubtitles.
Thanks friend I can’t believe my numerous Google searches never even brought that up.
Nope, I’m not cool enough to be a member there.
FilmArt are useless.
Guess you’re all familiar with Beckett’s play Waiting for Godot. Same thing as in the play with FilmArts release, the fucker doesn’t show up, does he?
So, to pass the time, here’s a waiting-for-the-Film Art-release review:
But hold on a sec, there’s an update on the film’s BR page, stating that the release is due for 2019, and it will be a new scan from an Italian 35mm print, with German and English audio.
And I’m sure this Godot guy will show up sooner or later too. Probably just a flat tire, he run out of gas, someone stole his car, a flood or something.
Fred (to the left) and Frank, Carter henchmen.
I guess Fred is Gilberto Galimberti and Frank is Franco Pasquetto?
It was shown at Festival internazionale del film di Roma 2013, 110 min. They may have had the full Italian audio there?
If so it would be better to check things and make comparisons, because originally in the VM14-rated Italian version a few scenes were shortened by censors (hanging, torture, Villa Field killing, killed child’s discovery in the store, boot licking, banker’s throat).
Yes, that’s right, morgan.