From the minds behind home video label Vinegar Syndrome, comes Etiquette Pictures, a new label which will present incredible restorations of some of the most significant arthouse, underground and experimental cinema, all on Blu-ray for the very first time. The inaugural release from Etiquette Pictures is Some Call it Loving, directed by James B. Harris. In this modern day re-imagining of Sleeping Beauty, a disillusioned musician named Robert (Zalman King) obtains a carnival act from a sleazy carny and brings home a young girl (Tisa Farrow) who has been asleep for many years. After bringing her to his secluded castle and awakening her with a kiss, Robert tries to introduce her to his strange and magical world, but as their relationship develops, Jennifer begins to pine for a life that is more complex than Robert can offer. Director James B. Harris (Cop, Fast Walking) combines magical realism with sumptuous visuals by cinematographer Mario Tosi (Carrie, The Stunt Man) and a haunting score by Richard Hazzard (Xanadu, Terms of Endearment) to create a poetic love story like no other. Etiquette Pictures brings this forgotten masterpiece to Blu-ray and DVD for the very first time in a new, Director & Cinematographer approved 2K restoration from the 35mm camera negative.
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