Post by VampSlayer on Aug 20, 2009 12:49:51 GMT -5
I just watched the deleted scenes. I really didn't like them all that much; But all the Sierra/November scenes, at the ending, were amazing! The final deleted scene would have been awesome in the show! Alpha tries to 'wake up' November's kicking ass mode. Very neat!
Also, watched the commentary of Epitaph One. I loved their thoughts about Whiskey at the ending. Jed should totally write more episodes!
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my DVD arrived yesterday and i watched all the special features all i have left to see are the deleted scenes, and the commentary
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"People often joke about wanting to tour my brain. Oddly enough, I don't hear that as much anymore. Because this show is a part of the tour - maybe the part that's roped off, that you slip into when the docent is pointing to something else ("And on your left, the Beloved-Character-Killing Room"). The part that no one wants to talk about.
I am a monster.
I am also a terrified young girl making her way through the dark, trying to find an answer, an exit, an identity. I'm a capricious and self-satisfied programmer, a ruthless and terribly vulnerable boss, and a scarred, lonely healer who cannot come out of the dark.
And this show is all about the dark; I was out of superhero land and into a world of the helpless and the corrupt. It kept me up nights, thinking of the tightrope I was going to start walking. But in the end it drew me in, almost the way it draws the noble FBI agent who just wants to help a woman free herself - 'cause I'm him too. We all live in the Dollhouse. We all play there. We're all abusers, victims, kind, callous... cobbling our own narratives about who we are and what we want. We are programmed. We are programmers. With all my heart I believe this, and with the most extraordinary star, staff and cast imaginable I have begun to speak of it. Watch, and you'll see what a dim view I take of humanity. And how hard I love it.
Welcome to the Dollhouse. Joss Whedon"
the letter is on a kind of bendy translucent plastic with the same Eliza headshot as the cover of the disc set. Very neat.
Post by FiveByFiveFVS on Jan 13, 2010 12:14:00 GMT -5
Could someone who owns the Blu-Ray post pics of how the discs are packaged? I'm thinking of getting it, I just want to see how it's packaged. Thanks.
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