Nina Forever Collector's Edition BluRay. Choose your unique cover artwork, all created by a range of brilliant artists inspired by the film.
Also includes postcards from SXSW; StudioCanal and a 'lucky-dip' badge. REGION 2.
Nina Forever Collector’s Edition BluRay. Heartbreaking British romance struck with dark comedy and horror. Following the death of his girlfriend Nina (Fiona O’Shaughnessy), Rob (Cian Barry) is grief-stricken. But after a failed suicide attempt he begins to move on from the tragedy and falls for his colleague Holly (Abigail Hardingham). When Nina comes back from the grave to haunt them during their most intimate moments Rob and Holly try to figure a way out of their predicament.
This Collector’s Edition BluRay has unique artwork by artist Patrick Evereus, the original SXSW and Studiocanal postcards for the film and a free badge included.
A Look Behind Nina Forever
Things That Are Not There – deleted scenes presented by directors Ben and Chris Blaine
Things That Were Not There – going into the hidden VFX and prep work that went into making the film
Audio Commentary – Picture – featuring director of photography Oli Russell, production designer Damien Creagh and costume designer Imogen Loveday-Brown
Audio Commentary – Sound – featuring award-winning Sound Designer Steve Bond, composer Dan Teper and artist Mara Carlyle.
This package is sold directly by the filmmakers. Of the cover price, 20% goes to VAT, 5% to PayPal, 10% to Postage, the rest to the film-makers, who will give £2 per copy sold to the cover artist. By buying this you will help the filmmakers get one step closer to making their next film. So thankyou.
The Art Of Nina Forever – UK Poster
“It is absolutely beautiful, making perfect use of horror to tell a story not just about death but about life. It’s as much about Holly becoming a person as it is about Nina no longer being one and its complex emotional tapestry is a thing of wonder.”
review by CJ Lines
“I beg each and every one of you to go watch this film. It really speaks to me in a way that few films do. I only saw it earlier this year and it’s already one of my all time favorites.”
review by supermosche
“I’m kind of amazed that a film this clever, and creepy, and devastating, and gorgeous can exist. I’m completely amazed that it’s British. I think it just single-handedly raised my standards for independent film. Everything else looks cheap and amateurish by comparison. Basically, this is a new all-time fave.”
review by Sarah Dobbs
more reviews on Letterboxd – reviews on Rotten Tomatoes
the filmmakers – the film on IMDb.com
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Patrick Evereus 1, Patrick Evereus 2, Patrick Evereus 3, Ben Adam-Harris, Ben Gosling Fuller, Ben Mounsey, Betty Witteveen 1, Betty Witteveen 2, Pascal Gaggelli, Sara Netherway, Stanton Waro, Tine Isachsen, Tine Isachsen 1, Tine Isachsen 2, Tula Lotay