The first collaboration between director Ken Loach and screenwriter Paul Laverty - a relationship which now extends to fifteen feature films and shorts, including My Name Is Joe and I, Daniel Blake - Carla's Song tells the story of George (Robert Carlyle, Trainspotting), a Glaswegian bus driver, and Carla (Oyanka Cabezas), a Nicaraguan refugee.
Set in 1987, the film follows the pair as they meet, fall in love, and travel to Nicaragua in search of Carla's former lover, a possible victim of the civil war.
Carla's Song premieres on Blu-ray with a limited edition run of 3,000 copies 26th April 2021 from Powerhouse Films.
- High Definition remaster
- Original stereo audio
- Audio commentary with director Ken Loach and screenwriter Paul Laverty (2005)
- An Extraordinary Thing (2021, 18 mins): producer Sally Hibbin recalls the challenges of filming in Nicaragua
- Two Worlds Collide (2021, 9 mins): editor Jonathan Morris discusses working on an ambitious, international scale
- Tuning in to Nicaragua (2021, 10 mins): composer George Fenton details his approach to scoring the film
- Background to the Art (2021, 14 mins): art director Fergus Clegg on recreating the late-eighties setting of Carla's Song
- Sounds of Music (2021, 10 mins): sound recordist Ray Beckett discusses the technical aspects of Loach's documentary style of filmmaking
- Keeping Up Appearances (2021, 10 mins): script supervisor Susanna Lenton relates the complexities of shooting the film in sequence
- Ten deleted scenes (12 mins)
- Original theatrical trailer
- Image gallery: publicity and promotional material
- New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing
- Limited edition exclusive 36-page booklet with a new essay by Michael Pattison, Paul Laverty on Carla's Song, an account of screening the film in Nicaragua, Ken Loach on recutting the film, an overview of contemporary critical responses, and film credits
- UK premiere on Blu-ray
- Limited edition of 3,000 copies
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.