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Midsommar: Director’s Cut – Limited Collector’s Edition – A24 Exclusive [Blu-ray] [US]


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Finally it arrived – Midsommar Coffee Book…wait what? Just kidding. Latest Ari Aster film in Director’s Cut version for the first time on 4K in A24’s Shop debut in selling Limited Editions. What is cool that A24 is the studio that is behind the release of the film, so it’s nice touch that they had released their own film in their own manner. So what they come up with?  

Amazing digibook edition unlike any edition of this type. First of all, its huge – tall to be exact. It’s high as 1,5 standard blu-ray box, so it’s not an easy item for a collector to keep. The best way is to keep it on the display or with other bigger size editions on the shelf. Size of it is the main shocking point when you open the delivery box. I was expecting DVD size, but when you see it for the first time your eyes are popping out. What is strange, when you have it in hand, its hard to have an impression that the size is inappropriate or something is wrong with it. Probably the effect of Coffee Book is playing a game with you.

The yellow-mustard or Hårga-yellow slipcase is sturdy enough to feel the premium power of it. It is covered in fabric or some kind of material or its just an imitation made from paper. I am not a specialist, but the fell is awesome again it’s great touch that makes this minimalistic edition, grow with every step you play with it. Inside the box, there is digibook with 62 pages featuring original artworks from the film by Ragnar Persson and a foreword by Martin Scorsese. Those artworks may have been seen in the film, but I don’t remember all of them there. I also have a feeling that not all those that were in the film are included here – but this is good motivation to watch it again.

Director’s Cut is longer for about 20 minutes and it’s first release in 4K. Earlier it was released on standard Blu-ray in some countries, but 4K was only for theatrical release. So it’s a good start for A24 in their physical media affair, especially that it sold out in few hours. What spices this more is that shipment for outside of US collectors, was not cheap – so it shows how much collectors appreciated this edition and the whole film by itself.


Check out the unboxing here:



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