Thirty years on
|A still from the film, The Killing Fields|
For those who are a bit techy, I'm not, this is something that might interest you. The film is out on Blu-ray in the digibook design, with the disc housed inside a cardboard booklet with a plastic holder glued to the back inside cover. The 36-page booklet inside the cover consists of historical background, bios of the actors, trivia, and a few quotes about the movie from notable critics – along with both color and black and white photographs. The inside front and back cover of the digibook consists of a montage of black and white photos from the movie. The back of the digibook includes a glued-on (and easily removable) slick with a synopsis of the movie as well as all the technical specifications for this Blu-ray release. The 50GB dual-layer Blu-ray isn't front loaded with any trailers and, after the Warner Bros. logo, goes straight to the main menu, which consists of the same still that is on the cover of the digibook, with menu selections along the bottom of the screen. Part of Mike Oldfield's score for the movie plays over the menu.