WARNING: NO USA COMPATIBLEOUR DVD DO NOT PLAY IN STANDARD USA/CANADA DVD PLAYERS(BUT PLAYS FINE IN ANY PC/LAPTOP DVD-PLAYER)Item description:OUR DVD IS GREEK (EUROPEAN)VERSIONS NOT FOR STANDARD USA/CANADA DVD PLAYERSEUROPEAN VERSIONS IS REGION 2 OR REGION 0 PAL SYSTEM AND DO NOT PLAY IN STANDARD USA/CANADA DVD PLAYERS PROMOTIONAL DVD NOT SEALED IN EXCELLENT CONDITIONDvd case is partial in Greek language.La Regle du jeu The Rules of the Game Cast:Nora Gregor, Jean Renoir, Marcel Dalio, Roland Toutain, Paulette DubostDirector:Jean RenoirRunTime:102 minutes (aprox.)Genre:Comedy DramaLanguage:FRENCH (audio)Subtitles:Greek (NO Removable)Region:REGION-FREE DVD, PAL (DVD & TV must be PAL system)Picture :FullframeNow often cited as one of the greatest films ever made, Jean Renoir's La Règle du jeu/Rules of the Game was not warmly received on its original release in 1939: audiences at its opening engagements in Paris were openly hostile, responding to the film with shouts of derision, and distributors cut the movie from 113 minutes to a mere 80. It was banned as morally perilous during the German occupation and the original negative was destroyed during WWII. It wasn't until 1956 that Renoir was able to r estore the film to its original length. In retrospect, this reaction seems both puzzling and understandable, at its heart, Rules of the Game is a very moral film about frequently amoral people. A comedy of manners whose wit only occasionally betrays its more serious intentions, it contrasts the romantic entanglements of rich and poor during a weekend at a country estate. André Jurieu (Roland Toutain), a French aviation hero, has fallen in love with Christine de la Chesnaye (Nora Gregor), who is married to wealthy aristocrat Marquis Robert de la Chesnaye (Marcel Dalio). Robert, however, has a mistress of his own, whom he invites to a weekend hunting party at his country home, along with André and his friend Octave (played by Jean Renoir hims elf). Meanwhile, the hired help have their own game of musical beds going on: a poacher is hired to work as a servant at the estate and immediately makes plans to seduce the gamekeeper's wife, while the gamekeeper recognizes him only as the man who's been trying to steal his rabbits. Among the upper classes, infidelity is not merely accepted but expected, codes are breached not by being unfaithful, but by lacking the courtesy to lie about it in public. The weekend ends in a tragedy that suggests that this way of life may soon be coming to an end. Renoir's witty, acidic screenplay makes none of the characters heroes or villains, and his graceful handling of his cast is well served by his visual style. He tells his story with long, uninterrup ted takes using deep focus (cinematographer Jean Bachelet proves a worthy collaborator here), following the action with a subtle rhythm that never calls attention to itself. The sharply-cut hunting sequence makes clear that Renoir avoided more compleWe do not sell copies , bootleg, or DVD-R. Item was circulated in Greece. Full movie in promotional sleeve.WE DO NOT ACCEPT RETURNS DUE YOUR EQUIPMENT INCOMPATIBILITY.NO RETURNS WILL BE ACCEPT DUE NO CAREFULLY READING OF THE ITEM DESCRIPTIONADVD3480 .Powered by eCRATER . List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.