David Lynch writes and directs this adaptation of Frank Herbert's epic sci-fi novel. Set in the distant future on the barren desert planet Arrakis, aka Dune, where a precious life-enhancing spice is guarded by monster sandworms, young nobleman Paul Atreides (Kyle MacLachlan) leads his family and the native Freman people against the territorial designs of his family's arch-enemies, the Harkonnens. However, once on Dune, Paul discovers he is earmarked for an even greater … mehrdestiny. The cast also includes Francesca Annis, Max von Sydow, Linda Hunt and Sting.
* The Film - "Theatrical Version" (130:50) 2.35:1 Anamorphic
English DTS 5.1
French DTS 5.1
English Dolby Digital 5.1
French Dolby Digital 5.1
* The Film - "TV Version" (187:06) 4:3 Non-Anamorphic
English Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
Index of New Scenes - Direct Access
- The Adapted Novel (8:34) [French language]
- An Unadaptable Novel (9:27) [French language]
- Gallery Of Preparatory Drawings (15 Images) (1:15)
- "Destination Dune" - featurette (6:17)
- Gallery Photographs (28 Images) (2:20)
- Interview  (8:23)
- Filmography - French text (1 page)
- Which Is Alan Smithee? (10:20) [French language])
- Gallery Photographs (7 Image) (0:35) [French captions]
- Teaser Trailer (1:33)
- Theatrical Trailer (3:01) [French language]
- Bonus French Trailers
- Gallery Of Posters (15 Images) (1:15) [French captioned])
- Gallery Of The Derived Products (23 Images) (1:54)
- Restoration Of The Sound (3:56) [French language]
Multi Aspect Ratio
- 3-Disc Foldout Digi-Pack with an Embossed Glossy Slipcase.
- There is a forced copyright Ad (in French) on disc start-up for all 3 discs.
- Theatrical Version has a new HD master.
- The French TV edit of Dune is broken into two parts and contain the 'credits' at the end of part one and a 'previously on Dune: Intro for part 2'. This is the same as the Japanese Laserdisc and is the only confirm DVD that maintains the split from the Laserdisc. weniger