3 Women 1977 1080p BluRay REMUX AVC FLAC 1 0-EPSiLON

3 Women (1977)

Director: Robert Altman
Stars: Shelley Duvall, Sissy Spacek, Janice Rule, Robert Fortier

Runtime: 124 minutes (taken from iMDB)
Genre: Drama, Mystery, Thriller

Rating: 7.9* (may differ)
Votes: 11578 (may differ)

Summary: Pinky is an awkward adolescent who starts work at a spa in the California desert. She becomes overly attached to fellow spa attendant, Millie when she becomes Millie’s room-mate. Millie is a lonely outcast who desperately tries to win attention with constant up-beat chatter. They hang out at a bar owned by a strange pregnant artist and her has-been cowboy husband. After two emotional crises, the three women steal and trade personalities until they settle into a new family unit that seems to give each woman what she was searching for.

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3 Responses

  1. eleane says:

    Thank you for your work DORUKHAN.
    Unfortunately, this remux is taken from the US Criterion BD and not the superior UK Arrow BD (better encode and 4K remastered).
    It seems like the Arrow BD is nowhere to be found on the Internet. Strange, as it was released in 2015 and almost every Arrow BD editions have been uploaded online. Sadly, I guess this title is among the very few exceptions…
    Thank you anyway for trying.

    • Nick says:

      Thanks for the version info. However, looking at the caps-a-holic site I’d say the Criterion version looks better. The Arrow version doesn’t look as sharp (example: the text in image 4 and 11), there’s too much red (example: the coca-cola logo in image 12), and the picture seems to be slightly squished to compensate for the extra image on the left side. Though I admit, I’m not sure which of those was intended by the director/cinematographer. Hopefully the Arrow version will show up eventually so that we’ll have access to both.

      • eleane says:

        There have been endless debates on various sites to determine which BD edition is closer to Altman’s original intentions. All we know is that the Arrow BD is sourced from a new 4K restoration from the original camera negative completed by 20th Century Fox, whereas Criterion BD is sourced from an interpositive.
        I must say that Criterion have a great catalogue and their restorations are often quite good. However their encoding job is far from being optimum when compared with other labels like Arrow, Indicator, Vinegar Syndrome and those who have occasionally used David Mackenzie’s encoding/authoring skills (BFI, Eureka, Second Sight, StudioCanal, Mondo Macabro to name a few).
        Constant compression artefacts and badly resolved grain prevent me from buying Criterion BD editions and “3 Women” is no exception. They have been informed about this issue over the past ten years by numerous customers but nothing has changed. Is it incompetence? Lack of professionalism? Inability to work with the best compressionists? Or maybe they just don’t care…

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