The Crimson Kimono (Blu-ray) Indicator


Samuel Fuller re-worked and reinvented popular film genres as lenses through which to examine American history, ideals, and topical events. His detective thriller The Crimson Kimono, with its frank and unsentimental interracial romance twist, attacked the stubborn prejudice, ignorance and bigotry that Fuller saw lurking beneath the surface of the American nation.

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Special Features

High Definition remaster
Original mono audio
The Culture of ‘The Crimson Kimono’ (2009, 10 mins): analysis by filmmaker Curtis Hanson
Switch-Hitting Between Three Triangles (2018, 15 mins): audiovisual essay by Cristina Álvarez López
Sam Fuller Storyteller (2009, 25 mins): insightful documentary with contributions from Martin Scorsese and Wim Wenders, as well as Fuller’s wife, Christa, and daughter, Samantha
Sam Fuller on Henry Chapier’s Couch (1989, 22 mins): archival interview from French TV in which Fuller answers questions about his life
‘The Typewriter, the Rifle & the Movie Camera’ Rushes Tapes 01-06 (1996, 194 mins): unedited interview footage of Sam Fuller in conversation with actor Tim Robbins, recorded for Adam Simon’s classic documentary
Original theatrical trailers
Image gallery: publicity
photography and promotional material
New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing