Special features on disc one includes commentary by director Jean-Pierre Jeunet (in French with English subtitles), the trailer, and the soundtrack promo. Disc Two begins with the 74-minute subtitled documentary Une Ann
Mathilde (Tautou) is a young lady who's engaged to marry Manech (Ulliel), a man who has been sent off to war. When Mathilde receives word that Manech has been killed, she refuses to believe it, knowing that she will feel it in her heart if he is truly dead. And so, with "A Very Long Engagement" ahead of her, Mathilde continues to wait for Manech to return. (Tricia Spears)
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Although narration can reach levels of stridence, dialogue in the Dolby
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