Daft Punk's Electroma Gets DVD Release
When Daft Punk's Electroma was released to theaters in July of 2007, it was hard to visit any electronic music-oriented site (or any music site, for that matter) without bumping into a mention of the duo's feature-length directorial debut, which follows the story of two robots on the quest to become human.
Now that the tidal wave of press has passed, Vice Records will release a widescreen DVD version of the film on July 22 (it's currently available in the U.K. and Australia). The disc will come packaged with a 40-page booklet of film images in a Steelbook case.
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