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Conspiracy thriller Three Days of the Condor on dual format in April

4 Fewbruary 2016

Eureka Entertainment have announced the release of Three Days of the Condor, director Sydney Pollack’s critically acclaimed suspense-thriller starring Robert Redford, coming to Blu-ray for the first time in the UK as part of a Dual Format Edition this April.

Robert Redford and director Sydney Pollack teamed up for their third collaboration on Three Days of the Condor (following Jeremiah Johnson and The Way We Were), a sinuous tale of deceit and corruption, as well as one of Hollywood’s finest conspiracy thrillers of the 1970s.

Redford stars as Joe Turner, a junior analyst in the C.I.A., scrutinising published texts from around the world for coded messages. But once he discovers an unusual anomaly, his own existence comes crashing down, with every error carrying fatal consequences.

Taught and engrossing, with astonishing modern-day relevance, the film features fabulous supporting turns from Faye Dunaway, Cliff Robertson, John Houseman and the great Max von Sydow.

Three Days of the Condor will be released as UK dual format edition (containing Blu-ray and DVD versions) on 11th April 2016 by Eureka Entertainment as part of the Masters of Cinema series, at the RRP of £19.99.

Disc specifications:

  • New high definition presentation

  • English subtitles for the deaf and hearing impaired

Special features:

  • Original theatrical trailer

  • A booklet featuring new writing and archival images

You can read Camus's review of the previous US Paramount DVD release here.