Pure Blood DVD (NTSC Region 1)


The film follows a young white police rookie whose late father was a sinister general in the Apartheid
regime. Llittle does he know that his PURE BLOOD is the key to the sinister order his father

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From acclaimed South African filmmaker Kenneth Kaplan, Pure Blood is the first South African-financed feature film to come out of the government’s Department of Arts and Culture and the National Film and Video Foundation. It has been screened at film festival around the world and was awarded the Lucio Fulci Award at the Fantafest Rome Festival in 2001. This controversial dark comedy stars legendard South African actor Marius Weyers (The Gods Must Be Crazy, The Power of One) and Amanda Lane (Mandela and Deklerk). The film follows a young white police rookie, Fanus, living in a strangely unreal industrial town. His late father was a sinister general in the Apartheid regime and his long-lost older brother has just returned home to resume an incestuous relationship with his mother. Little does Fanus know his “racially pure” blood is the key to resurrecting his dead father and the sinister order he embodied!

The Troma DVD edition of Pure Blood comes with these bloody good extras…

  • NTSC Region 1

  • A coagulating introduction by Lloyd Kaufman

  • Behind the scenes documentary

  • Original theatrical trailer from the International release

  • Goldfinger music video: “Free Me” (directed by Lloyd Kaufman)

  • Tribute to Rue Morgue magazine

  • Tromatic coming distractions and much more!


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      Weight 5 oz