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" LA LA LAND" Blu-ray (2D+4K UHD) 2disc


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" LA LA LAND"  Blu-ray (2D+4K UHD) 2disc

This Blu-ray is can not play in normal dvd player.

Publisher : FnC

Release date : Apr , 2018

Weight : 450g

Directors: Damien Chazelle

Actors: Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Rosemarie DeWitt

Aspect Ratio &Format : 2.55:1 Anamorphic Widescreen

Sound Mix : English Dolby Atmos, English 2.0 Dolby Digital Audio Optimized ForLate Night Listening, English Descriptive Audio

Subtitles : English, Korean

4K Subtitles : English, Korean

Rating : 12

Run Time : 128 mins

Special Feature

※ Special Features are included in ONLY 2D Disc ※ 

- Audio Commentary 1 (Director, Damien Chazelle)

- Audio Commentary 2 (Korean critic)

- Another Day of Sun: They Closed Down a Freeway

- La La Land's Great Party

- Ryan Gosling: Piano Student

- Before Whiplash: Damien Chazelle's Passion Project

La La Land is a 2016 American musical romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by Damien Chazelle, and starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone as a musician and an aspiring actress who meet and fall in love in Los Angeles. The film's title refers simultaneously to music, the city of Los Angeles, and to the idiom for being out of touch with reality.

Chazelle wrote the screenplay in 2010 but did not find a studio willing to finance the production without changes to his design. Following the success of his 2014 film Whiplash, the project was picked up by Summit Entertainment. Filming took place from August to September 2015 in Los Angeles. La La Land was premiered at the Venice Film Festival on August 31, 2016, and was released in the United States on December 9, 2016. It grossed $443 million worldwide on a production budget of $30 million.


While stuck in traffic on a Los Angeles highway ("Another Day of Sun"), Mia Dolan, an aspiring actress, has a moment of road rage with Sebastian Wilder, a struggling jazz pianist. After a bad day at work, her subsequent audition goes poorly when the casting director takes a call in the middle of an emotional scene. That night, Mia's roommates take her to a lavish party in the Hollywood Hills, where Mia hopes for a breakthrough ("Someone in the Crowd"). She walks home after her car is towed.


During a gig at a restaurant, Sebastian slips into a passionate jazz improvisation despite warnings from the owner to stick to the setlist of traditional Christmas songs. Mia overhears the music as she passes by ("Mia and Sebastian's Theme"). Moved, she enters the restaurant, but Sebastian is fired for his disobedience. As he storms out, Mia attempts to compliment him, but he brushes her off.


Months later, Mia runs into Sebastian at a party where he plays in a 1980s pop cover band; she teases him by requesting "I Ran (So Far Away)", a song he considers an insult for "a serious musician". After the gig, the two walk to their cars, lamenting each other's company despite the chemistry between them ("A Lovely Night").


The next day, Sebastian arrives at Mia's work, and she shows Sebastian around the movie lot, where she works as a barista, while explaining her passion for acting. Sebastian takes Mia to a jazz club, describing his passion for jazz and desire to open his own club. They warm to each other ("City of Stars"). Sebastian invites Mia to a screening of Rebel Without a Cause; Mia accepts, forgetting a commitment with her current boyfriend. Bored with the double date with her boyfriend, she runs to the theater and finds Sebastian as the film begins. When the projector breaks, the two conclude their evening with a romantic dance at the Griffith Observatory ("Planetarium").




Ryan Gosling as Sebastian Wilder

Emma Stone as Mia Dolan

John Legend as Keith

Blu-Ray Region Codes

In total, there are 3 separate Blu-Ray region codes. These codes are classified alphabetically as Region A, Region B, and Region C. Blu-ray discs that have been manufactured in region A are embedded with region code A, and are therefore only usable with players from region A. The same is applicable for regions B and C. Below is a map showing how Blu-ray region codes are separated and administered by geographic location.

Guide map of Blu-ray region codes. This map shows the different Blu-ray codes and which areas they are utilized in. Click the map to view in full-size

Region A: This region covers all of North America, South America and South East Asia.

Region B: This encompasses Europe, Africa, Middle East, French territories and Greenland.

Region C: Region which covers the rest of the world including Russia, Asia, and China.


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