New Releases from Indicator ( @indicatorseries ) for 2019

Indicator ushers in 2019 with an eclectic quartet of distinctive American films directed by and starring some of the most iconic and celebrated talents of their day.

However, 2018 is not over yet. So, before they reveal more about their New Year Blu-ray line-up, Indicator are delighted to announce that Powerhouse Films will present its first ever theatrical release on 14 December – Dennis Hopper’s visionary THE LAST MOVIE (1971). Far too long unseen and buried from view, this unjustly neglected film has now been lovingly resurrected in a ravishing new 4K restoration.

Following the film’s run in UK cinemas, the Special Limited Edition Blu-ray of THE LAST MOVIE will be released on 21 January. This deluxe, individually numbered set will contain an array of new and archival special features, a high-quality double-sided poster, and an exclusive 80-page book with extensively researched new writing by filmmaker Alex Cox, rare colour photography, and film credits.Also available from Indicator on 21 January are world Blu-ray premiere editions of Francis Ford Coppola’s superb Vietnam War drama GARDENS OF STONE (1987), starring James Caan, Anjelica Huston and James Earl Jones, and Stanley Kramer’s dramatic portrayal of the 1960s student protest movement, R.P.M. (1970), featuring Anthony Quinn and Ann-Margret. And, finally, packing a punch on the same date will be the UK Blu-ray premiere of the Charles Bronson action vehicle BREAKOUT (1975), directed by Tom Gries and co-starring Randy Quaid and Robert Duvall.

Mastered from the finest available materials, each of these collectable Blu-ray editions contains a range of new and archival extra features, English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing, and comes packaged with a comprehensive book or booklet with newly commissioned writing, archival material, contemporary reviews, and full film credits.

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