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Somewhere in Time is the story of a young writer who sacrifices his life in the present to find happiness in the past, where true love awaits him. Young Richard Collier (Christopher Reeve) is approached by an elderly woman who gives him an antique gold watch and who pleads with him to return in time with her. Years later, Richard Collier is overwhelmed by a photograph of a beautiful young woman (Jane Seymour). Another picture of this woman in her later years reveals to him that she is the same woman who had given him the gold watch. Collier then becomes obsessed with returning to 1912 and the beautiful young woman who awaits him there.
For devoted fans of Somewhere in Time, the exclusive documentary on this DVD will provide welcomed insight, background history, and poignant validation. The film was virtually saved from oblivion by a combination of cable TV exposure and grassroots fandom, and this engrossing documentary benefits from the participation of the film's principal cast and crew, all of whom remain as fond of this production as its legion of fans. Taped in 2000, the interviews are highlighted by the perspective of Christopher Reeve, whose fond recollections gain a certain profundity when combined with the physical impact of his paralyzing injury in 1995. But Reeve (who compares his near-death experience in the film with one he actually had after his injury) isn't the only one whose life had been touched by the magic of this film-that-wouldn't-die: from director Jeannot Szwarc to Jane Seymour and all others involved, Somewhere in Time was clearly a special experience, and their pride and pleasure are sweetly conveyed in this enjoyable hour-long tribute. Additionally, the DVD gives due credit to the fan club INSITE--the International Network of Somewhere in Time Enthusiasts--in a featurette exploring the club's history and membership. The INSITE's mailing and Web site addresses are also provided. --Jeff Shannon
Good movie. Not a Great movie. I did enjoy it but it's no "Steel Magnolias."Published 4 days ago by Bets
This was a gift for my mom. She loves this movie. I think it's a terrible film, but it sure makes her happy and I was thrilled to finally find a DVD to replace her VHS.Published 5 days ago by Rachael H.
This is super awesome I first saw it when I was just a kid my mom loves it movies like this are hard to find I'm glad I found it herePublished 6 days ago by Michael
Such a wonderful film. It's so cliche but they really don't make them like this anymore. Great condition and fast shipping, thanks so much!Published 10 days ago by A. OBrien
The move was blank, when we put it in the DVD player it just kept reading no disc. Ended up buying it at the mall.Published 10 days ago by Jamie
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|Any chance for a Blu-ray version for Somewhere in Time?||
I have created a facebook page which anyone can simply "Like" to petition the powers-that-be to bring Somewhere In Time to Blu-ray via the high-quality transfer and/or restoration that it deserves. Go here to like... Read More
Jul 3, 2011 by D. Parks | See all 5 posts
Yes it is and not to embarrass you but your answer is in the product description
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it looks like it is this movie
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and unfortunately there is no dvd edition and the vhs edition is out of sale.
Jan 22, 2007 by Jorge Alban Martinez | See all 4 posts