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Product Details

  • An MVD Exclusive
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • SKU: MVD5281BR
  • UPC: 760137528180
  • Street Date: 02/15/22
  • PreBook Date: 01/04/22
  • Label: MVD Rewind »
  • Genre: Drama
  • Run Time: 106 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 1982
  • Region Code: 0
  • Box Lot: 30
  • Territory: NORTH AMERICA
  • Language: English

 

Cast & Crew

  • Actor: Matt Dillon
  • Actor: Cindy Fisher
  • Actor: Hoyt Axton
  • Actor: Yvonne DeCarlo
  • Actor: Susan Tyrell
  • Actor: Broderick Crawford
  • Director: David Fisher
  • Producer: Don P. Behrns
  • Director: David Fisher
  • Producers: Don P. Behrns

 

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Liar's Moon: Collector's Edition

THEY CHOSE THE MOST FORBIDDEN LOVE A BOY AND GIRL COULD KNOW!

Liar
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Teen superstar Matt Dillon (The Outsiders, My Bodyguard) stars in this tender tale of love's first promise... and its enduring strength.

Dillon plays Jack Duncan, an athletic, hardworking boy from the small town of Noble, Texas. Jack is happy just enjoying himself with the local boys, until he meets Ginny Peterson (Cindy Fisher, Hide in Plain Sight, The Blues Brothers), the towns wealthiest young lady. Despite their obviously different backgrounds, Jack and Ginny fall desperately in love.

Even though their parents have forbidden them to meet, Jack and Ginny sneak out, and finally elope, hoping to find happiness far from their hometown. But theirs is a love that falls prey to the sins of their elders - as the intrigue of two families reaches out an angry hand to its innocent victim in this touching, tragic story of youth, love and hope.

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Sales Points

  • First time ever on Blu-ray!
  • Liar’s Moon marks the final film for Academy Award Winner Broderick Crawford (Best Actor, 1949, All The King’s Men)
  • Stars Matt Dillon (The Outsiders), Cindy Fisher (Hide in Plain Sight), Hoyt Axton (Gremlins), Yvonne DeCarlo (The Munsters), Susan Tyrrell (Cry Baby) and Broderick Crawford (All the King’s Men).
  • Liar’s Moon boasts Academy Award© Nominated Editor Christopher Greenbury (American Beauty) and acclaimed Cinematographer John Hora (Gremlins, Explorers).
  • From Producer Don P. Behrns (Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives, The Unseeen, L.A. Law)

Press Quotes

Matt Dillon comes across like a young Brando or James Dean.

     —Houston Post

Award Winning filmmaker Richard Schenkman (Jerome Bixby’s The Man From Earth) has produced some amazing supplemental material for this brand new collector’s edition release that reunites the cast and crew for the first time in decades.

     —Tom Stockman, We Are Movie Geeks

Award Winning filmmaker Richard Schenkman (Jerome Bixby’s The Man From Earth) has produced some amazing supplemental material for this brand new collector’s edition release that reunites the cast and crew for the first time in decades.

     —Forces Of Geek

 Matt Dillon stars in "Liar's Moon" (1982), a tender tale of love’s first promise… and its enduring strength.

     —Harley Lond, Film Crave

Sill, if you are a fan and have awaited and HD presentation, this disk is for you.

     —Marc Ferman, The Film Junkies

Don’t miss: Extras include a making of featurette, a look at the film’s music and an alternate ending.

     —Bob Bloom, Reel Bob

Don’t miss: Extras include a making of featurette, a look at the film’s music and an alternate ending.

     —Bob Bloom, Film Yap

Dillon and Fisher are fine,

     —The Film Frenzy

MVD has produced a lovely Special Edition here for “Liar’s Moon,” including a 1080p (1.78, 2.0 mono/stereo) transfer with a feature-length Making Of, featurette on composer Ray Benson, and an alternate ending that would’ve been even worse than the one in the finished film.

     —Andre Dursin, Andy Film

MVD has produced a lovely Special Edition here for “Liar’s Moon,” including a 1080p (1.78, 2.0 mono/stereo) transfer with a feature-length Making Of, featurette on composer Ray Benson, and an alternate ending that would’ve been even worse than the one in the finished film.

     —Andy Dursin, Film Score Monthly

On its 40th anniversary and just in time for Valentine's Day, a both loved and maligned romantic drama from 1982 is finally released on Blu-ray thanks to MVD Rewind Collection.

     —Frank J. Avella, Edge Media Network

Now as with these MVD Rewind Blu-ray releases, not only do you get a gorgeous looking film transfer, but there is so many cool bonuses. 

     —Jason Lockard, Classic Cinema Magazine

Technical merits are decent if improvable (video) to very good (audio), and the supplemental "making of" featurette in particular is a lot of fun, for anyone who may be considering making a purchase.

     —Jeffrey Kauffman, Blu-ray.com

Matt Dillon headlines this period drama about a boy from the wrong the side of the tracks who falls in love with a high society girl, and when the two elope their parents put in motion a potentially deadly journey.

     —Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects

The ending made the movie worth my time.

     —Film Cultist

Long-time fans of the film will really enjoy the supplements, starting with The Making of Liar’s Moon, a new retrospective documentary composed of virtual interviews with the film’s major collaborators that runs just two minutes shorter than the film itself! 

     —James Kendrick, QNetwork

This is a very fun release that will certainly impress fans of the movie and those interested in seeing a young Dillon making his mark on the big screen.

     —Glenn Kay, Cinema Stance

But theirs is a love that falls prey to the sins of their elders — as the intrigue of two families reaches out an angry hand to its innocent victim in this touching, tragic story of youth, love and hope.

     —Bob Morello, Video Views

Although hardly original in its scope, Liar’s Moon is a gentle and touching tale told well.

     —Sarah Morgan, On Magazine

The ending made the movie worth my time.

     —Film Cultist

The alternate ending in the bonus features goes in the opposite direction, though both can be considered valid options and viewers may have varying preferences.

     —Sarah Gopaul, Digital Journal

The ending made the movie worth my time.

     —Film Cultist

Liar’s Moon is an easy movie to enjoy with its slow-burning love tale and rich character development. By the end, viewers are rooting for Jack and Ginny’s success. Making the final act’s twists and turns all the more meaningful and emotionally powerful.

     —Christopher Zabel, Doblu

  

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