Luke Korem’s documentary Dealt is a fascinating glimpse into the incredible life of “card mechanic” Richard Turner and his quest for perfection in spite of a condition that has left him legally blind. And while the film has seen limited showing in theaters across the country and has been available to rent or purchase via digital platforms, details about a physical DVD release have been scarce – until now.
MPI Media Group has confirmed via Twitter that Dealt is now available to purchase on DVD thanks to a collaboration with distributor IFC Films.
Acclaimed documentary @DEALTmovie is now available on DVD from @IFCFilms and @MPIMediaGroup!https://t.co/SkW6mZqlq7 pic.twitter.com/I8idWnE2dp
— MPI Media Group (@MPIMediaGroup) February 19, 2018
MPI Media Group’s website shows that the disc is currently available for pre-order for $24.99 despite a release date of February 13. Meanwhile, Amazon lists the film available for $19.96, but with a shipping time of around one to four weeks. Perhaps the limited distribution has effected stock, and they’re currently unable to keep up with demand. Either way, if you’re looking to get your hands on a physical copy of the film, make sure you order now so a copy can get shipped to you as soon as it’s available.
And if you’re impatient, the film is still available to rent or purchase via digital platforms like like iTunes, Amazon Video, and Google Play.