That's not the one I'm thinking of, though. (I own the Flicker Alley version.) It was 2-3 years ago and the disk to be replaced had been encoded at too low a bit rate. I think tenia got it with Autumn Afternoon. Anyway, one of the BFi Ozu's sounds right.RobertAltman wrote:Chaplin at Keystone. I just sent them an e-mail saying I had received the set with the faulty disc. They sent me a replacement disc free of charge, and I did not have to send them my faulty disc. And I'm in Norway, so they ship replacements internationally too.triodelover wrote:I may be remembering incorrectly, but didn't BFI send out replacements disks for a film a couple of years ago without requesting the defective disks back? I don't remember the film (except that I bought it and got one of the replacements) and can't find it through a search, but I think MichaelB posted a contact e-mail.
EDIT: And Beaver confirms it.