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Like Web says, it has to do with the rights to the movie, because sometimes the same company doesn't own worldwide rights, but they may own the rights to it in Europe, or the UK, etc.

 

And there really isn't a PAL or NTSC thing with blu-rays, those only affect standard definition stuff.

 

Blu-rays can be region coded, and there are 3 separate regions; however a number of European blu-rays are also region-free.

 

There is a website that tells you whether Region B blu-rays (the region for Europe) are region-locked or region-free:

 

http://bluray.liesinc.net/index.php?region=b

 

That site doesn't list Sunrise yet, but according to dvdbeaver.com, the blu-ray of Sunrise from Eureka is region-free, so it will play on any U.S. blu-ray player:

 

http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film/dvdcompare/sunrise.htm

 

It should be easy to order from Amazon UK:

 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sunrise-Masters-Cinema-Blu-ray-George/dp/B002J91V3A/

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