Monty Pythons Holy iPad-App

Die Pythons haben eine iPad-App veröffentlicht, die sich mit dem BlueRay-Release der Ritter vom Ni synchronisiert, sprich: Das iPad wird beim Ansehen des Films mit einem BluRay-Player mit Netzverbindung zum zweiten Bildschirm. Dazu gibts mehr als 70 Minuten bislang unveröffentlichtes Filmmaterial, Concept Arts und Storyboards. Ich habe bislang weder die BluRay noch die App, aber beides ist für mich absolutes Must Have.

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Von The Verge:

Overall, there's 70 minutes of never-before-seen video, including recent visits by the cast to various filming locations around Scotland like the "Bridge of Death" and "Castle Aaargh." There's also a day-by-day diary from Michael Palin (who played Sir Galahad) and 360-degree views of key props, like Arthur's helmet and the titular holy grail. All of this content is presented beautifully, with fonts, animations, and graphics all inspired by and consistent with the film's design.

"The holy chapters" providers an alternate way to view much of this content; instead of organizing it by shooting date, it follows along with the film scene-by-scene. Each chapter has links to the outtakes, still photos, diary, and script, and provides a quick link to jump back into the "book of days" section to get the grim details behind the shoot. Additionally, if you purchased the recently-released Blu-ray reissue, you can sync this app to your internet-connected Blu-ray player and use it as a "second screen" to control the movie and pull up material relevant to the scene you're watching.

'Monty Python: the Holy Book of Days' iPad app is a treasure trove of behind-the-scenes material from 'The Holy Grail', hier die App im iTunes-Store