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Outlander: Season 5 [Blu-ray]
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|Contributor||Edward Speleers, Jamie Payne, Caitlin O'Ryan, Michael Wilson, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Michael O'Halloran, Caitriona Balfe, John Bell, Stephen Woolfenden, Elicia Bessette, Duncan Lacroix, Sam Heughan, Colin McFarlane, César Domboy, Lauren Lyle, Meera Menon, Annie Griffin, Guy Tannahill, Sophie Skelton, Richard Rankin, David Berry, Graham McTavish See more|
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Outlander Season 5
The fifth season of Outlander sees a continuation of Claire and Jamie’s fight to protect those they love, as they navigate the trials and tribulations of life in colonial America. The Frasers strive to flourish within a society which is unwittingly marching towards Revolution, and Jamie must now defend the home they have built together at Fraser’s Ridge while Claire seeks to put her own skills and medical expertise to use in keeping her family together and safe from harm. Meanwhile, Brianna and Roger MacKenzie struggle to find their respective places in this world and chase away the shadow cast over their lives by Stephen Bonnet as they raise their son in this brave new world. For the Frasers and their family, “home” is more than simply a site in which they live, it is the place in which they are laying the foundations for the rest of their lives...
Outlander Season 5 Limited Collector's Edition
- Collectible packaging including a 28-page book featuring behind-the-scenes content
- 4 new “Outlander Untold” bonus scenes featuring fan-favorite characters
- Season 5 Soundtrack
Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe as Jamie and Claire Fraser
Duncan Lacroix as Murtagh Fitzgibbons Fraser with Jamie
Sophie Skelton as Brianna MacKenzie with Claire
Richard Rankin as Roger MacKenzie with Brianna
The fifth season of Outlander sees a continuation of Claire and Jamie’s fight to protect those they love, as they navigate the trials and tribulations of life in colonial America. The Frasers strive to flourish within a society which is unwittingly marching toward Revolution, and Jamie must now defend the home they have built together at Fraser’s Ridge while Claire seeks to put her own skills and medical expertise to use in keeping her family together and safe from harm. Meanwhile, Brianna and Roger MacKenzie struggle to find their respective places in this world and chase away the shadow cast over their lives by Stephen Bonnet as they raise their son in this brave new world. For the Frasers and their family, “home” is more than simply a site on which they live, it is the place in which they are laying the foundations for the rest of their lives.
- Aspect Ratio : 1.78:1
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- MPAA rating : NR (Not Rated)
- Product Dimensions : 0.7 x 7.5 x 5.4 inches; 4.16 Ounces
- Item model number : 56732 BLU-RAY
- Director : Jamie Payne, Stephen Woolfenden, Annie Griffin, Meera Menon
- Media Format : Subtitled
- Run time : 11 hours and 44 minutes
- Release date : September 15, 2020
- Actors : Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan, Sophie Skelton, Richard Rankin, Maria Doyle Kennedy
- Dubbed: : French
- Subtitles: : English, French
- Producers : Elicia Bessette, Sam Heughan, Guy Tannahill, Caitriona Balfe, Michael Wilson
- Studio : Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
- ASIN : B087CVXTFV
- Country of Origin : USA
- Number of discs : 4
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Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2020
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First of all, I have never witnessed an episode (of any series) more disturbing--yet powerful--as the season finale, "Never My Love". While Claire Fraser (Caitriona Balfe) is brutalized by her captors in 18th Century North Carolina, only years before the Revolution, she copes by imagining being with her family in the 20th Century--with the eerie backdrop of The Association's Sixties hit, "Never My Love". It's a terrific device that delivers the episode in a chilling fashion. It could well be the series' most powerful episode of all 5 seasons, but I digress. I'll share what I enjoyed--and what I did not enjoy--from OUTLANDER SEASON 5.
The distractions. When Roger (Richard Rankin) recovers from the trauma of being hanged alive in the episode "Famous Last Words", the viewer is assaulted, again and again, with the images of the hanging--in the backdrop of a grainy silent era movie. Effective the first time, thoroughly annoying afterwards. The utter patronization of show villain Stephen Bonnet (Ed Speleers) in the episode "Mercy Shall Follow Me" by Brianna (Sophie Skelton) is a constant eye roller. Finally, Claire attempting to invent penicillin in the episode "Between Two Fires"--a full century before the drug is really invented--caused philosophical problems for this reviewer. Should Claire succeed, what are the ramifications for the future?
The plusses. The strong story of loyalty and family is abundant in the first episode, "The Fiery Cross". In the episodes "Free Will" and "Monsters and Heroes", both Balfe and Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) show some tremendous range. In several episodes, both Roger and Brianna indicate their intentions--if son Jemmy can time travel--to return to the 20th Century. As Claire tells Bree, "Should Jemmy scrape his knee, I may not be able to stop the infection!" The concept of major characters living simultaneously in different centuries is the outright charm of OUTLANDER. In fact, there are a couple of episodes in Season 5 where there are flashbacks of Claire and Brianna in 20th Century Boston.
The OUTLANDER TV series is entertaining, quality television. It's well done, and delivered professionally by cast and crew. (Showrunner Ronald D. Moore should get a raise.) SEASON 5 sets up the story nicely, as the American Revolution is fast approaching. Accordingly, Season 6 can't get here fast enough.
~D. Mikels, Esq.
Yes it has SEX and violence and nudity. I am not offended. There are a couple of rape scenes that I would rather have not seen, but not throwing the baby out with the bath water.
The characters are superb, you'll love/hate them. The acting is superb. The story, involving time travel, is fascinating.
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Les équipes des décors et des costumes ont fait un travail remarquable également. Les paysages et prises de vues magnifiques (si bien qu'on en vient à oublier que le tout est tourné en Écosse et non en Caroline du Nord où l'histoire de Diana Gabaldon se déroule). Le tout nous plonge au cœur des années fin 1760, début 1770.
Le coffret du collectionneur nous offre en bonus: le CD de la bande sonore de la saison (superbe musique composée par Bear McCreary), un court extrais (en anglais) du neuvième tome à sortir «Go tell the bees that I am gone» de Diana Gabaldon, un livret de photos (avec des notes de tournage et autres petites surprises) qui est en réalité le boitier des disques blu-ray. Sur les disques en question, il y a des scènes inédites, des erreurs de tournage, des scènes coupées, etc.
Le seul point qui est dommage c'est que les bonus ne sont pas doublé, ni sous-titrés en français (pour les interviews avec les acteurs par exemple). Les scènes inédites (Untold story) qui se trouvent à la fin de certains épisodes sont par contre sous-titrées en français, à défaut d'êtres doublées.
Bref, un très beau coffret qui permet aux passionnés de pouvoir se procurer à la fois, les blu-ray et la bande sonore en CD en un seul achat.
I bought this for my partner because she read the books and she's a big fan of the show. She has mentioned emphatically on many occasions that the show does the books justice. I would probably be a fan too, but I don't watch any serialized programming and prefer movies, reading and other interactive activities.
However, I have seen tidbits of the show and have to say that it is good. The acting is great and the production level at motion picture standards. It's almost enough to make me watch but I can't afford the time commitment to such a long story.
I really like how the story weaves historical events through the developing relationship between the protagonists. In fact, the time travel aspect creates a time paradox that makes this also a science fiction and a historical romantic drama.
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on October 5, 2020