New DVD features extra Filth

Jonathan Melville 5 February, 2014 0
New DVD features extra Filth

One of the biggest Scottish films in years, Jon S Baird’s Filth, comes to DVD and Blu-ray from Monday 10 February, with even more explicit content for fans of Irvine Welsh’s corrupt cop, Bruce Robertson (James McAvoy).

BD 3D_FILTHHailed as one of the best British films in recent years, Filth is set in present-day Edinburgh and tells the tale of drug-addicted copper Robertson, as he investigates a brutal murder. The Film features a supporting cast including Jamie Bell, Imogen Poots, Jim Broadbent, Joanne Froggatt and Kate Dickie. 

The full list of DVD and Blu-ray extras are as follows:

Deleted Scenes
1) An Airport in Belgium: “This man’s clearly American”
2) Hector’s Animal Farm: “Well Anna darling, meet Angus”
3) The Unusual Suspects: “Have you got a license for that thing!?”
4) Irvine Brian Scullion Welsh: “ That’s newspaper property!”

Extended Scenes
1) Madam Maisie’s: “Ever tried a deep fried pizza?”
2) Supermarket: “C’est la vie Bruce”
3) Christmas at the station: “Edith’s already spent the money!”
4) On the plane: “Would you mind not talking so much Filth!”
5) Ocky’s flat: “Do you think I’m sick in the head?”
6) Dr Rossi’s: “Tapeworms are sequential hermaphrodites”
7) The Tramp: “Call up room service, let them take the burden”

There’s also an outtakes reel, an audio commentary with author Irvine Welsh and writer/director Jon S. Baird, and three video interviews with James McAvoy, Irvine Welsh and Jon S. Baird.

Both the DVD and Blu-ray are available for pre-order from Amazon.

Related links

Audio Interview: James McAvoy

Jon S Baird on directing Filth