Jennifer Kent's 'The Nightingale' Getting a Limited Edition Blu-ray from Second Sight Films

Jennifer Kent's The Nightingale is easily one of the most disturbing-yet-compelling films in recent years, and we've learned this week it'll be receiving a limited edition Blu-ray release from the UK based company Second Sight Films.

The Nightingale comes to limited edition Blu-ray on February 1st, 2021. Pre-orders are available now over on the Second Sight Films webstore. Please note, this is a Region B release.

In the film, Set in 1825, Clare, a young Irish convict woman, chases British officer Lieutenant Hawkins through the rugged Tasmanian wilderness, bent on revenge for a terrible act of violence he committed against her family. On the way she enlists the services of an Aboriginal tracker named Billy who is also marked by trauma from his own violence-filled past.

Special Features:

  • She Will Not Be Silenced: an interview with Actor Aisling Franciosi

  • Sometimes Trouble Finds You: an interview with Actor Michael Sheasby

  • Just Making Light, Sir: an Interview with Actor Damon Herriman

  • I Surrender: an Interview with Actor Harry Greenwood

  • Taking Flight: an interview with Producer Kristina Ceyton

  • Assembling Vengeance: an Interview with Editor Simon Njoo (12mins)

  • Building Something Special: an Interview with Production Designer Alexander Holmes

  • Hear her Voice: an interview with Composer Jed Kurzel

  • ‘Bloody White People': A Video Essay by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

  • The Nightingale in Context

  • The Making of The Nightingale

  • Theatrical Trailer

  • New optional English subtitles for the hearing impaired

Limited Edition Contents:

  • Rigid slipcase featuring new artwork by Laura Racero

  • 40 page perfect-bound booklet with new writing by Elena Lazic and Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

  • 3 collectors’ art cards featuring stills from the film

  • 4th art card featuring new key art exclusive to Second Sight customers

In his review, Ash Crowlin stated, "It’s not a movie you’ll watch passively while screwing around with your phone. It’s compelling, it’s brutal, and it never lets go long enough to let you run away from it."