My Name Is Nobody French Blu-Ray (steelbook)

By , September 19, 2012 4:43 pm

Got this baby in the mail today. Includes English audio!

My Name Is Nobody (Mon Nom Est Personne) French Blu-Ray StudioCanal

Region B (confirmed). Italian, French and English audio.

The French subtitles ARE FORCED if watching in English or Italian. (and audio track can’t be changed while playing the movie) I was able to disable them earlier because of a program running in the background…

There are also French subtitles included which are enabled automatically if you choose English or Italian language in the menu. I can’t test the disc on a standalone Blu-Ray player at the moment so I don’t know if the subtitles can be turned off once the film is playing or if you can change the audio track there without activating the subs. All I can say is that with computer (with PowerDVD 6) I can turn off the subtitles and change audio tracks whenever I want without activating the subs again.

Will do a good comparison with the old Italian Blu-Ray (which has only Italian audio) later but in the meantime here are a couple of screenshots. These first six from the French Blu-Ray.

EDIT: Well I fixed the small problem with the screencaps. If there is still something wrong I don’t know what it is. :P I also took that one Italian Blu-Ray image again and it looked exactly the same as the old one.

And here we have a comparison with the old Italian Blu-Ray (the screenshot is something I took several years ago). French on the left, Italian on the right.

The disc is now available from Amazon.fr

2 Responses to “My Name Is Nobody French Blu-Ray (steelbook)”

  1. Leif says:

    Is there any english site which has the french release for sale?
    french amazon was murder.
    or do u know any other ways on how to get this release?

    plz respond.

  2. Sundance says:

    Yeah, kinda late reply… sorry about that.

    Anyways, I have always used the French only sites so I don’t really know of any English friendly ones. One trick you could try is installing Google’s Chrome browser and using the automatic translation option it has so every page you see will automatically be in (obviously not very good quality but good enough) English. Some buttons won’t be translated but you could just translate those manually or not (all the Amazons are basically the same, with same buttons at the same places so…).

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