» 2 Discs (dvds)
» 1 CD
» Keepcase (double-sized Amaray)
» 5 Postcards
» 16-page Booklet
» Unknown amount
» Walk The Line (movie)
» Audio Commentary by director James Mangold
» 10 Deleted Scenes (optional commentary)
» Theatrical Trailer
» DVD, R2, PAL
» English DTS 5.1
» English DD 5.1
» Hungarian DD 5.1
» English, Danish, Finnish, Hungarian, Hungarian HoH, Norwegian, Swedish
» 8 Extended musical sequences (16m)
» Celebrating The Man In Black - The Making Of Walk The Line (21m 39s)
» Folsom - Cash And The Comeback (11m 47s)
» Ring Of Fire - The Passion Of Johnny And June (11m 29s)
» Becoming Cash/Becoming Carter (10m 57s)
» Cash And His Faith (11m 14s)
» DVD, R2, PAL
» 01. I Walk the Line
» 02. Wildwood Flower
» 03. Ring of Fire
» CD, Soundtrack samples
» Walk The Line
» James Mangold
» Joaquin Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon
Simple yet luxurious. I guess that's a pretty simple way to describe it. The cardboard slipcover is nicely embossed even if just slightly with the strings of the guitar being done in a nice metallic texture. It's not a very sturdy slipcase but it get's the job done.
As for the inside case I'm actually quite ok with it. You don't allways need to go for a digipack and this is actually quite satisfying (I mean look at Criterion, they've been going with oversized keepcase for years and nowone ever knocked down on them).
There's a couple of clamps inside the case that will keep the postcards and the booklet in place and overall it just feels... practical. Simple, practical and still luxurious. I don't know why, I guess size counts on this one.
This set holds up pretty good in comparison to other regions and the only major differences appear to possibly out-do this set would be packaging details (allthough that's more a matter of taste I guess).
In any case, we get all the usual stuff - audio commentary, deleted scenes, plus an array of quality featurettes.
And finally, a bonus CD with some saple tracks from the motion picture soundtrack.