While the Seventh Seal was the first swedish movie on BD, it wasnt a Swedish BD release.
And while we had swedish produced BDs none of them have been a domestic produced movie.
So that this happen on a very smal market is a good sign.
That it was released on a BD50 is also interesting, I was expecting it would end up on a BD25.
It was Encoded with AVC + DTS-HD MA + DD640
But for the bad parts, they havnt included a single bonusmaterial (well a trailer in the end of the movie) Forgett to include English subtitles, and I guess they even region codec the movie (havnt confirmed)
Also, so far i havnt been that impressed with the movie. (You should never use narration in a motion picture...)
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