Dobermann | Limited Edition

 Product Details

Product Type

» Singapore

» 8888916018218

» Musictronic Entertainment

» 1 Disc
» Slim Digipack

» 999 copies

Out of Print
» Unknown

Still in Collection
» Yes

Purchased At
» This was a gift :)

 Disc 1

» Dobermann (movie)
» Theatrical Trailer (01m 45s)


» 2.35:1 Anamorphic

» French DD 5.1

» English (optional)

 Movie Details

Original Title
» Dobermann

» 1997

» Jan Kounen

» Vincent Cassel, Tchéky Karyo, Monica Bellucci, Antoine Basler, Dominique Bettenfeld, Pascal Demolon, Marc Duret, Romain Duris, François Levantal, Ivan Merat-Barboff, Stéphane Metzger, Chick Ortega, Patrick Rocca, Florence Thomassin, Roland Amstutz


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 Discjunkie's Comments

Packaging / Design

This is a limited edition from Singapore and like several other slim digipacks from Singapore there are some slight downers as far as the over all quality goes. Even though I got this release brand new and sealed the interior of the digipack had a couple of odd scratches on it. Now, I actually compared this to a couple of other slim digipacks from Singapore and it seems like this is a common thing but why it happens I can't really explain. Seems like a production error of sorts.

Apart from this I can also mention the glue spots put in to hold the digitray in place. These are a lot bigger than your normal little dots and look more like giant stains to me.

But apart from these odd manufacturing fuckups the overall design is really good looking. The front cover especially is one of the cleanest and most interesting designs I've seen for this movie so far... and when it comes to english friendly editions I think this is the only one that comes with somekind of special packaging.

The metallic print on the front cover has an odd rainbowish shimmer to it and I guess this is very much a matter of taste. Personally I don't really mind it but at the same time it does look a little odd.

Disc contents / Extras

If you're looking for the best packaging and have a need for english subtitles than this is probably the edition to go for... but if you're looking for the best exras than this is not even close to your best choice.

The only real bonus is in fact the theatrical trailer but all the editions on the market that do have loads of extras are in fact NOT english friendly so you're pretty much out of luck either way.

The disc gets a 4 for having anamorphic widescreen and Dolby Digital 5.1 but that's pretty much all the points I can give it. It's a vanilla disc, even though it's quite nicely packaged.


If you're looking for other editions with special packagings I can mention that there is a french digipack and a korean digipack, but niether is english friendly.

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