Interesting how Bruno gets away in this version of the movie but not the other two. John Hassell's soundtrack fits the mood of the movie so much better than Sakamoto's in the director's cut.
This is the 3rd of 3 versions of this movie. There is the studio version, the unrated version and this one (the Directors Cut). The unrated version has two separate things that make it remarkable... first, it has a lengthy and explicit love scene between Anne Heche and Joan Chen. The scene is long, very romantic and erotic. This version has some shots from that love scene in the unrated version (and some that aren't in the unrated version) interspersed with other scenes of Chen and Heche interacting at the bank and their first intimate encounter in a "powder room". Secondly, the unrated version has a fantastic, unique and (unavailable anywhere else) love theme by Jon Hassell during the long love scene. In the unrated version the love scene occurs just after Anne and Joan first kiss in the powder room, and just before Steven Bauer shows up at Anne's house to hassle her and eat a popsicle. In the rated version the scene in the powder room ends and the scene with Bauer showing up at her house occurs directly after, with the love scene completely deleted. The unrated version has the exact same cover as the rated version, the only difference is the silkscreen on the disk. The rated version has just the title on the DVD, the unrated version has a silkscreen image of the cover of the DVD. I don't believe that Donald Cammell would have cut up the love scene. I think the love scene in the unrated version appears just as he would have wanted, although the rest of the film was butchered by the studio (which ultimately contributed to Cammell taking his own life). Maybe this director's cut is closer to Cammell's vision, but it deletes the music by Jon Hassell (which Cammell fought bitterly for) and destroys the love scene, which is amazing as it appears (with Hassell's music) in the unrated version.
Where’s her dying mother? That what the film was
The fuck? The directors cut is so different. When I watched the studio version it all felt so crammed together, this directors cut changes everything.
Thanks for the upload. I first saw this film on TV over twenty years ago (thankfully I taped it at the time). Bruno' s exit is one of my favourite scenes in any movie. I never tire of hearing his parting lines (Life is extreme. Its black or white. Play roulette? Ever see grey squares on the chessboard? It's extreme.).It really needed an actor such as Christopher Walken to deliver them.
I know it's going to sound bad, but I really, really really like the way the 1% tells us everything through movies, media, music, etc. At 8.40 Walken describes them to a tee, all in good fun of course. Today is April 10, 2020, soon the whole world will be shut down due to Covid-19, not the real danger, as any good chess player would know. This agenda, planned for decades, shows their ingenuity, patience and incredible insight as it looks like they"ve covered all angles, except the interference from God and His warriors. Nonetheless, I salute your reign, it's very impressive when one group can fool, manipulate and exploit billions........Om Tat Sat
This angry Walken is very disturbing to me. :/
Love the music score at the 27:46 where the screen is sapphire blue
42:00 Sly move from Anne HecheLadies’ room, oh yeah!Anne, now say you’re not into girls without crying 😂
Drop your pants!! Come on come on!!!lmfao
53:26 Mark of this video is beautiful 💜 the scene & music of that is amazing
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Damn I wished sakamoto san had released this revised score as a soundtrack album. Love the film, love the music!All 4 actors on point in this, must have been a lot freedom and improv on set. This directors cut is the only version to watch.
That was painful. Too much cocaine and no Nicholas Rogue....
is it a gay film?
Best Fucking PSYCHO Walken EVER..!
best walkens ever!
Beautiful film.. I’ve seen the original 96 minute version with the bedroom scene of Joan & Anne the soft jazz music at the 40:45 mark done by Jon hassell is beautiful you can watch it here http://m4ufree.tv/watch-yc0w-wild-side-1995-movie-online-free-m4ufree.html I also enjoy the soundtrack of this too by Ryuichi sakamoto very wonderful haunting erotic
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