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    Anyone know if the uv or d2d has the movie in its original theatrical form? The Blu-Ray was slightly edited by director Micheal Mann. I love M. Mann but this was a poor decision on his part. If anyone knows what im talking about, I would appreciate any help you may be able to provide.

    Re: Heat

    I believe its the original. I havent seen the BD, whats the difference?


      Re: Heat

      Originally posted by OSUGrad2X View Post
      I believe its the original. I havent seen the BD, whats the difference?
      I was curious of this myself. Apparently its virtually indistinguishable. Not sure if its kosher to post links to other sites so quoting a review:

      Finally, there is the question of whether Heat has been changed for Blu-ray. The pre-release PR has been conflicting, and the Blu-ray case contains the cryptic notation under ?Special Features?: ?New Content Changes Supervised by Director Michael Mann?. Having see the film many times and having studied this Blu-ray with some care, I am convinced of two things. First, this is the same cut of the film we?ve always known. Second, there have indeed been changes to the film, but they are so subtle that most viewers will never notice them.

      I confirmed two changed scenes, and I will identify them here without giving the specifics, because I don?t think it does viewers any favor to put undue emphasis on what?s different. The scenes are listed here for those who insist on proof, but for complete confirmation, they?ll have to do what I did: play the Blu-ray and the DVD side-by-side or one right after the other. The changes are that small. And let me add a word of caution: Just because you think you?re seeing a change, don?t assume your memory is accurate. I checked a lot of other scenes that turned out to be unchanged. It was just that the Blu-ray?s clarity gave me the illusion I was seeing for the first time something that had always been there.

      The first of the two re-edited scenes I found occurs at app. 1:04, when Hanna returns from a crime scene to the restaurant where Justine is waiting for him alone. Justine?s speech that begins ?You don?t live with me? has been re-edited, using what appears to be different takes, different cuts and a slight modification to the dialogue. What clued me in was simple: The scene had always stuck out as somewhat awkward in an otherwise polished and assured film. On this viewing, it seemed to flow much better than I remembered. A comparison with the DVD revealed why.

      The second example occurs at app. 1:18:35, when Hanna is giving the full intimidation treatment to the sleazy Vegas liquor salesman played by Hank Azaria. Hanna?s dialogue has been slightly shortened, without actually shortening the scene. The net effect is to provide an additional moment to display the reaction on Azaria?s face. It?s priceless. (?Who the hell is this lunatic?? he seems to be thinking.)