Commercial Films Siam (frame 7328)

Reviewed by dvdfreak

Last modified on Friday 17th June 2011, 11:58:38 PM

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Label:  Commercial Films Siam (Thailand)

Region:  A, B & C
RCE protection:  n/a
Copyright protection system:  AACS

Disc type:  BD25 (the data occupy 23.26 GB)

Playback time (hh:mm:ss.frames):  1:49:07.10

Video:  MPEG-4 AVC, 1080p24
Aspect ratio:  2.35:1


Bitrate (min / avg / max):  0.00 / 18.00 / 30.75 Mbps

Bitrate (min / avg / max)

Audio:
 

Thai Dolby Digital 5.1 / 640 kbps

Subtitles: English, French, Italian, German & Spanish

Menus available in: English


Special features:
 

  • Director's commentary / scrapbook feature, including storyboards, outtakes,
    deleted scenes & behind the scenes footage (1:53:01,
    • Commentary only, in English Dolby Digital 1.0 / 192 kbps,
    • Commentary plus inserts, in English Dolby Digital 3.0 / 192 kbps,
    • Left panel sound, in Thai Dolby Digital 3.0 / 192 kbps,
    • Right panel sound, in Thai Dolby Digital 3.0 / 192 kbps,
    • Music only, in Dolby Digital 5.1 / 512 kbps
    with burnt-in English subtitles (panels) / optional English, French, Italian, German
    & Spanish subtitles (film))*
  • Trailer (1:46, in Thai Dolby Digital 5.1 / 512 kbps with burnt-in English subtitles)*
  • "Guide to 'Soi Cowboy'" (5:01, in English Dolby Digital 2.0 / 320 kbps)**
  • Music video (4:59, in Thai Dolby Digital 2.0 / 320 kbps)**
  • Badge (only available in collector's edition (?))

Notes: 
I'm a sucker when it comes to limited editions, and this one, signed by the director Paul Spurrier, is - according to films.in.th, the disc's producer - limited to only 300 pieces. It came wrapped in a "bloody" tissue, accompanied by a badge:



And how does the first Thai Blu-ray look on the inside? Weeell, the picture is quite soft for my liking, although that might be intentional for all I know (I've not seen this before in any form), and the audio is just the plain old AC3 (lossy), still, I'm more than happy to have this in my collection! (c:

Oh, almost forgot the extras - the director's commentary / scrapbook feature in particular. Its description seems rather complicated, but the contrary is the case. It looks like this:


The film appears in a small window at the bottom, the storyboards in the upper left corner, and the supplementary video tracks on both sides of the frame. The latter are referred to as the left/right panel, and you can choose to listen to the director's commentary all by itself, the commentary w/ the panel audio, any of the panels separately, or the film's music only soundtrack...

To see the screenshots in glorious Full HD 1080, click here.

*MPEG-4 AVC, 1080p24
**MPEG-4 AVC, 1080i50

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