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'Tree of Life' Goes Exclusively Blu-ray

The year's most complex film is heading to shelves in the weeks to come, but not in the way you think. Fox Searchlight will be selling the Tree of Life exclusively as a Blu-Ray Combo Pack. The decision makes sense in that the audience for Terence Malick's latest film is a very small one and already likely to own a Blu-Ray player.

If that doesn't grab you then maybe the 30 minute documentary featuring commentary by Christopher Nolan and David Fincher will.

The Blu-ray Disc presentation utilizes maximum bit rate encoding and 7.1 audio and a 2.0 stereo mix to bring Malick’s visually stunning masterpiece to life providing consumers with a premium cinematic viewing experience for the home. An exclusive 30-minute documentary on the making of the film, Exploring The Tree of Life, allows fans to dig even deeper into Malick’s visionary work and his cinematic legacy through interviews with his collaborators and cast members as well as with directors Christopher Nolan and David Fincher who share an appreciation for his work.

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