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    Criterion #304 - The Man Who Fell To Earth - Nicholas Roeg



    Synopsis - The Man Who Fell to Earth is a daring exploration of science fiction as an art form. The story of an alien on an elaborate rescue mission provides the launching pad for Nicolas Roeg’s visual tour de force, a formally adventurous examination of alienation in contemporary life. Rock legend David Bowie completely embodies the title role, while Candy Clark, Buck Henry, and Rip Torn turn in pitch-perfect supporting performances. The film’s hallucinatory vision was obscured in the American theatrical release, which deleted nearly twenty minutes of crucial scenes and details. The Criterion Collection is proud to present Roeg’s full, uncut version, in this exclusive new director-approved high-definition widescreen transfer.

    EXTRAS
    DIRECTOR-APPROVED SPECIAL EDITION DOUBLE-DISC SET FEATURES:
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer, supervised and approved by director Nicolas Roeg
    Exclusive audio commentary by Roeg and actors David Bowie and Buck Henry
    Performance, a compilation of new video interviews with actors Candy Clark and Rip Torn
    New video interview with screenwriter Paul Mayersberg
    Audio interviews with costume designer May Routh and production designer Brian Eatwell
    Multiple stills galleries, including Routh’s costume sketches; behind-the-scenes photos; and production and publicity stills, introduced by set photographer David James
    Gallery of posters from Roeg’s films
    Trailers and television spots
    Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
    Plus: an exclusive reprint of Walter Tevis’s original novel, courtesy of Vintage Books, and a booklet featuring a new essay on the film by critic Graham Fuller and an appreciation of Tevis by novelist Jack Matthews

    FILM INFO
    1976
    139 minutes
    Color
    2.35:1
    Dolby Digital Stereo 2.0
    Anamorphic
    English


    Criterion #305 - Boudu Saved from Drowning - Jean Renoir



    Synopsis - Michel Simon gives one of the most memorable performances in screen history as Boudu, a Parisian tramp who takes a suicidal plunge into the Seine and is rescued by a well-to-do bookseller, Edouard Lestingois (Charles Granval). The Lestingois family decides to take in the irrepressible bum, and he shows his gratitude by shaking the household to its foundations. With Boudu Saved from Drowning (Boudu sauvé des eaux), legendary director Jean Renoir takes advantage of a host of Parisian locations and the anarchic charms of his lead actor to create an effervescent satire of the bourgeoisie.

    About the transfer... Boudu Saved from Drowning is presented in its original aspect ratio of 1.33:1. On widescreen televisions, black bars will appear on the left and the right of the image to maintain the proper screen format. This new high-definition digital transfer was created on a Spirit Datacine from a 35mm fine-grain print. Thousands of instances of dirt, debris, and scratches were removed using the MTI Digital Restoration System. To maintain optimal image quality through the compression process, the picture on this dual-layer DVD-9 was encoded at the highest possible bit rate for the quantity of material included.

    The soundtrack was mastered at 24-bit from the 35mm fine-grain optical track and a 16mm optical track print, and audio restoration tools were used to reduce clicks, pops, hiss, and crackle. The Dolby Digital 1.0 signal will be directed to the center channel on 5.1-channel sound systems, but some viewers may prefer to switch to two-channel playback for a wider dispersal of the mono sound.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    Archival introduction by Jean Renoir
    New video interview with filmmaker Jean-Pierre Gorin Excerpt from a 1967 Cinéastes de notre temps program, featuring Renoir and Michel Simon
    French television conversation between director Eric Rohmer and critic Jean Douchet
    Interactive map of 1930s Paris, highlighting the film’s locations
    New and improved English subtitle translation
    Plus: a new essay by Renoir scholar Christopher Faulkner

    Film Info
    1932
    84 minutes
    Black and white
    1.33:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Not Anamorphic
    French


    Criterion #306 - Le Samouraï - Jean-Pierre Melville



    SYNOPSIS - In a career-defining performance, Alain Delon plays blue-eyed Jef Costello, a fedora- and trench-coat-wearing contract killer with samurai instincts. When Jef assassinates a nightclub owner, he finds himself confronted by a series of witnesses, who drop his perfect world into the hands of a persistent police investigator and Jef’s shadowy employer, both of whom are determined to put an end to the smooth criminal. A razor-sharp cocktail of 1940s American gangster cinema and 1960s French pop culture—with a liberal dose of Japanese lone-warrior mythology—maverick director Jean-Pierre Melville’s masterpiece Le samouraï defines cool.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    New video interviews with Jean-Pierre Melville historians Rui Nogueira and Ginette Vincendeau
    Collection of excerpts from archival interviews with Melville and actors Alain Delon, Cathy Rosier, Nathalie Delon, and François Périer
    Theatrical trailer
    New and improved English subtitle translation
    A new essay by film scholar David Thomson and a reprinted tribute by filmmaker John Woo

    FILM INFO
    1967
    105 minutes
    Color
    1.85:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Anamorphic
    French


    Criterion #307 - Naked - Mike Leigh



    Synopsis - Mike Leigh’s brilliant and controversial Naked stars David Thewlis as Johnny, a charming, eloquent, and relentlessly vicious drifter on the lam in London. Rejecting all those who would care for him, the volcanic Johnny hurls himself into a nocturnal odyssey through the city, colliding with a succession of the desperate and the dispossessed, and scorching everyone in his path. With a virtuoso script and raw performances from Thewlis and costars Katrin Cartlidge and Lesley Sharpe, Leigh’s panorama of England’s crumbling underbelly is a showcase of black comedy and doomsday prophecy, and was the winner of the best director and actor prizes at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival.

    Naked is presented in its original aspect ratio of 1.85:1. Black bars at the top and the bottom of the screen are normal for this format. Supervised by director Mike Leigh, this new high-definition digital transfer was created on a Spirit Datacine from a 35mm interpositive. Thousands of instances of dirt, debris, and scratches were removed using the MTI Digital Restoration System. To maintain optimal image quality through the compression process, the picture on this dual-layer DVD-9 was encoded at the highest-possible bit rate for the quantity of material included.

    The soundtrack was mastered at 24-bit from the LTRT magnetic printmaster, and audio restoration tools were used to reduce clicks, pops, hiss, and crackle.

    EXTRAS
    DIRECTOR-APPROVED SPECIAL EDITION DOUBLE-DISC SET FEATURES
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer, supervised and approved by director Mike Leigh
    Audio commentary by director Mike Leigh and actors David Thewlis and Katrin Cartlidge
    Exclusive new video interview with director Neil LaBute (In the Company of Men)
    The Art Zone: “The Conversation,” a BBC program featuring author Will Self interviewing Leigh
    The Short and Curlies, a short comedy from 1982 directed by Leigh and starring Thewlis
    Original theatrical trailer
    Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
    PLUS: New essays by film critics Derek Malcolm and Amy Taubin

    FILM INFO
    1993
    131 minutes
    Color
    1.85:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Anamorphic
    English


    Criterion #308 - Masculin Féminin - Jean-Luc Godard



    Synopsis - With Masculin féminin, ruthless stylist and iconoclast Jean-Luc Godard introduces the world to “the children of Marx and Coca-Cola,” through a gang of restless youths engaged in hopeless love affairs with music, revolution, and each other. French new wave icon Jean-Pierre Léaud stars as Paul, an idealistic would-be intellectual struggling to forge a relationship with the adorable pop star Madeleine (real-life yé-yé girl Chantal Goya). Through their tempestuous affair, Godard fashions a candid and wildly funny free-form examination of youth culture in throbbing 1960s Paris, mixing satire and tragedy as only Godard can..

    Masculin féminin is presented in its original aspect ratio of 1.33:1. On widescreen televisions, black bars will appear on the left and the right of the image to maintain the proper screen format. Cinematographer Willy Kurant supervised this new high-definition digital transfer, which was created on a Spirit Data*cine from the 35mm fine-grain master. Thousands of instances of dirt, debris, and scratches were removed using the MTI Digital Restoration System. To maintain optimal image quality through the compression process, the picture on this dual-layer DVD-9 was encoded at the highest-possible bit rate for the quantity of material included.

    The soundtrack was mastered at 24-bit from the optical soundtrack master, and audio restoration tools were used to reduce clicks, pops, hiss, and crackle. The Dolby Digital 1.0 signal will be directed to the center channel on 5.1-channel sound systems, but some viewers may prefer to switch to two-channel playback for a wider dispersal of the mono sound.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer, supervised by cinematographer Willy Kurant
    Archival 1966 interview with actress Chantal Goya
    New video interviews with Goya, Kurant, and Jean-Luc Godard collaborator Jean-Pierre Gorin, conducted in 2005
    Video discussion of the film between French film scholars Freddy Buache and Dominique Païni
    Swedish television footage of Godard directing the “film within the film” scene
    Trailers for the original theatrical release and the 2005 rerelease
    New and improved English subtitle translation
    Plus: a 16-page booklet featuring a new essay by film critic Adrian Martin and a reprint of a report from the set by French journalist Phillippe Labro

    FILM INFO
    1966
    105 minutes
    Black and white
    1.33:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Not Anamorphic
    French

    Criterion #309 - Ugetsu - Kenji Mizoguchi



    SYNOPSIS - The great Japanese director Kenji Mizoguchi draws on sources from both East and West for this, his crowning achievement. Set in sixteenth-century Japan, a period of bloody civil war, the film is equally rooted in the postwar psyche of 1950s Japan. Focusing on an ambitious potter haunted by a beautiful ghost and a farmer who dreams of becoming a samurai, the film offers a commentary on the delusions of lust and power, the folly of war, and the stoic suffering of women. Renowned cinematographer Kazuo Miyagawa helps Mizoguchi seamlessly interweave the supernatural with reality, resulting in one of the most beautiful films of all time. Criterion's double-disc edition will feature audio commentary by critic Tony Rayns, a two-and-a-half hour documentary on Mizoguchi by Kaneto Shindo, a new interview with director Masahiro Shinoda on the film, new interviews with first assistant director Tokuzo Tanaka and Miyagawa on their work on the film, trailers, a booklet featuring the original stories on which the film was based, and more.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    Audio commentary by filmmaker, critic, and festival programmer Tony Rayns
    Kenji Mizoguchi: The Life of a Film Director (1975), a two-and-a-half-hour documentary by Kaneto Shindo
    Two Worlds Intertwined, an appreciation of Ugetsu by director Masahiro Shinoda (Double Suicide, Samurai Spy)
    Process and Production, a new video interview with Tokuzo Tanaka, first assistant director on Ugetsu, about the making of the film
    Video interview with cinematographer Kazuo Miyagawa
    Theatrical trailers
    New and improved English subtitle translation
    Booklet featuring the original short stories on which the film is based—Akinari Ueda’s “The House in the Thicket” and “Lust of the Serpent” and Guy de Maupassant’s “How He Got the Legion of Honor”—and a new essay by critic Phillip Lopate

    FILM INFO
    1953
    97 minutes
    Black and white
    1.33:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Not Anamorphic
    Japanese


    Criterion #310 - Samurai Rebellion - Masaki Kobayashi



    SYNOPSIS - Toshiro Mifune stars as Isaburo, an aging swordsman living a quiet life until his clan lord orders that his son marry the lord’s mistress, who has recently displeased the ruler. Reluctantly, father and son take in the woman, and, to the family’s surprise, the young couple fall in love. But the lord soon reverses his decision and demands the mistress’s return. Against all expectations, Isaburo and his son refuse, risking the destruction of their entire family. Director Masaki Kobayashi’s Samurai Rebellion is a gripping story of a peaceful man who finally decides to take a stand against injustice.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    Video introduction by director Masaki Kobayashi
    Original theatrical trailer
    New essay by Japanese-film historian Donald Richie
    New and improved English subtitle translation

    FILM INFO
    1967
    121 minutes
    Black and white
    2.35:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Anamorphic
    Japanese


    Criterion #311 - Sword Of The Beast - Hideo Gosha



    SYNOPSIS - Legendary swordplay filmmaker Hideo Gosha’s Sword of the Beast chronicles the flight of retainer Gennosuke, who kills one of his clan’s ministers as part of a reform plot. He is pursued by his former comrades, and the betrayal so shakes his sense of honor that he decides to live in the wild, like an animal. There he encounters a motley group who are illegally mining the shogun’s gold and, with the aid of another master swordsman, gets a chance not just at survival but to recover his name and honor.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    New essay by Japanese film and pop-culture authority Patrick Macias
    New and improved English subtitle translation

    FILM INFO
    1965
    85 minutes
    Black and white
    2.35:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Anamorphic
    Japanese


    Criterion #312 - Samurai Spy - Masahiro Shinoda



    SYNOPSIS - Years of warfare end in a Japan unified under the Tokugawa shogunate, and samurai spy Sasuke Sarutobi, tired of conflict, longs for peace. When a high-ranking spy named Koriyama defects from the shogun to a rival clan, however, the world of the swordsmen is thrown into turmoil. After he is unwittingly drawn into the conflict, Sarutobi tracks Koriyama, while a mysterious, white-hooded figure seems to hunt them both. By tale’s end, no one is who they seemed to be, and the truth is far more personal than anyone suspected. Director Masahiro Shinoda’s Samurai Spy, filled with clan intrigue, ninja spies, and multiple double crosses, marks a bold stylistic departure from swordplay film convention.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    Exclusive new video interview with director Masahiro Shinoda
    New essay by film scholar Alain Silver
    New and improved English subtitle translation

    FILM INFO
    1965
    100 minutes
    Black and white
    2.35:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Anamorphic
    Japanese


    Criterion #313 - Kill! - Kihachi Okamoto



    SYNOPSIS - In this pitch-black action comedy by Kihachi Okamoto, a pair of down-on-their-luck swordsmen arrive in a dusty, windblown town, where they become involved in a local clan dispute. One, previously a farmer, longs to become a noble samurai. The other, a former samurai haunted by his past, prefers living anonymously with gangsters. But when both men discover the wrongdoings of the nefarious clan leader, they side with a band of rebels who are under siege at a remote mountain cabin. Based on the same source novel as Akira Kurosawa’s Sanjuro, Kill! playfully tweaks samurai film convention, mixing in elements from Italian westerns and established chanbara classics alike.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    Original theatrical trailer
    New essay by film and culture critic Howard Hampton
    New and improved English subtitle translation

    FILM INFO
    1968
    114 minutes
    Black and white
    2.35:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Anamorphic
    Japanese


    Criterion #314 - Pickpocket - Robert Bresson



    SYNOPSIS - Robert Bresson's masterful investigation of crime and redemption tells the story of arrogant, young Michel, who spends his days learning the art of picking pockets in the streets, subway cars, and train stations of Paris. As Michel grows bolder and more adept at his crime, so too grows his fear that his luck is about to run out. And despite the pleadings of his sick mother and the lovely Jeanne to return to the world of the honorable, he is consumed by his compulsion to steal. Tautly choreographed and stylistically rigorous, Pickpocket reveals Bresson at his enigmatic, virtuosic best. Criterion's DVD includes audio commentary by film scholar James Quandt, a video introduction by writer/director Paul Schrader, a 2003 documentary featuring actors from Bresson's films, a 1960 French TV interview with the director, and much more.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    Audio commentary by film scholar James Quandt
    New video introduction by writer-director Paul Schrader
    The Models of “Pickpocket,” a 2003 documentary by filmmaker Babette Mangolte, featuring actors from the film
    A 1960 interview with Bresson, from the French tele*vision program Cinépanorama
    Q&A on Pickpocket, with actress Marika Green and filmmakers Paul Vecchiali and Jean-Pierre Améris fielding questions at a 2000 screening of the film
    Footage of sleight-of-hand artist and Pickpocket consultant Kassagi, from a 1962 episode of the French television show La piste aux étoiles
    Original theatrical trailer
    New essay by novelist and culture critic Gary Indiana
    New and improved English subtitle translation

    FILM INFO
    1959
    75 minutes
    Black and white
    1.33:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Not Anamorphic
    French


    Criterion #315 - Shoot The Piano Player - François Truffaut



    François Truffaut is drunk on the possibilities of cinema in this, his most playful, anarchic film. Part film noir, part comedy, part tragedy, Shoot the Piano Player relates the adventures of the mild-mannered piano player Charlie (Charles Aznavour, in a triumph of hangdog deadpan) as he stumbles into the criminal underworld and a whirlwind love affair. Loaded with gags, guns, clowns, and thugs, this razor-sharp homage to the American gangster film is pure nouvelle vague.

    EXTRAS
    SPECIAL EDITION DOUBLE-DISC SET FEATURES:
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer, supervised by director of photography Raoul Coutard
    Audio commentary by film scholars Annette Insdorf and Peter Brunette
    Exclusive new video interviews with actors Charles Aznavour and Marie Dubois
    Video interview with Coutard, conducted in 2003
    Rare interview with François Truffaut collaborator Suzanne Schiffman, from 1986
    Excerpts from a 1965 episode of the French television program Cinéastes de notre temps dedicated to Truffaut
    An excerpt from the French television program Étoiles et toiles in which Truffaut discusses his adaptation of the David Goodis novel
    The Music of George Delerue, an illustrated essay
    Dubois’ screen test for the film
    Theatrical trailer
    New and improved English subtitle translation
    A new essay by film critic Kent Jones

    FILM INFO
    1960
    81 minutes
    Black and white 2.35:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Anamorphic
    French


    Criterion #316 - Ran - Akira Kurosawa



    Synopsis - Legendary director Akira Kurosawa re-imagines Shakespeare's tragic King Lear as a singular historical epic set in sixteenth-century Japan. Tatsuya Nakadai (The Sword of Doom, Kagemusha) stars as Lord Hidetora, a warlord who cedes authority over his vast dominion to his eldest son, setting off a familial power struggle for control of his kingdom. Majestic in scope, Ran is a visual masterpiece in which Kurosawa contrasts the immensity of war with the crumbling of one family under the weight of betrayal, greed, and the insatiable thirst for power. Criterion's magnificent two-disc edition will include not only a newly-restored transfer, but also A.K., Chris Marker's 74-minute documentary on Kurosawa's craft in making the film; an introduction by filmmaker Sidney Lumet; a half-hour Toho documentary on the making of the film; a half-hour video piece reconstructing the film through Kurosawa's paintings and sketches; a new interview with star Tatsuya Nakadai; and more.

    EXTRAS
    SPECIAL EDITION DOUBLE-DISC SET
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    Audio commentary by Kurosawa scholar Stephen Prince
    An appreciation of the film by director Sidney Lumet (Network, Dog Day Afternoon)
    A.K., a 74-minute film by director Chris Marker (La jetée, Sans soleil), examining the making of Ran
    Akira Kurosawa: It Is Wonderful to Create, a 37-minute documentary on the making of Ran, created as part of the Toho Masterworks series
    Image: Kurosawa’s Continuity, a 35-minute video piece recon*structing Ran through Akira Kurosawa’s paintings and sketches
    New video interview with actor Tatsuya Nakadai
    Original theatrical trailer
    New essay by film critic Michael Wilmington
    New and improved English subtitle translation
    More!

    FILM INFO
    1985
    160 minutes
    Color
    1.85:1
    Dolby Digital Stereo 2.0
    Anamorphic
    Japanese


    Criterion #317 - The Tales Of Hoffmann - Michael Powell y Emeric Pressburger



    Synopsis - In Jacques Offenbach's fantasy opera, the poet E.T.A. Hoffmann dreams of three women - a mechanical performing doll, a bejeweled siren who steals his reflection, and the consumptive daughter of a famous composer - all of whom break his heart in different ways. Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger create a phantasmagoric marriage of cinema and opera in their one-of-a-kind take on this classic story. Feverishly romantic, The Tales of Hoffmann is a feast of music, dance, and visual effects - one of the most exhilarating film adaptations of an opera ever produced. Criterion's long-awaited DVD (one of our most requested titles) will feature audio commentary by Martin Scorsese & film historian Bruce Eder, a new introduction to the film by director and fan George A. Romero, Michael Powell's short musical film The Sorcerer's Apprentice, a rare collection of production design sketches and paintings, the trailer, and more.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    Audio commentary by director Martin Scorsese and film-music historian Bruce Eder
    New video interview with director George A. Romero (Night of the Living Dead)
    The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (1956), a short musical film directed by Michael Powell, based on the Goethe story
    Rare collection of production designer Hein Heckroth’s design sketches and paintings
    Gallery of archival production and publicity photographs
    Original theatrical trailer
    A new essay by opera and film historian Ken Wlaschin
    Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing

    FILM INFO
    1951
    127 minutes
    Color
    1.33:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Not Anamorphic
    English


    Criterion #318 - Forbidden Games - Rene Clement



    A timeless evocation of the loss of innocence, René Clément’s heartbreaking Forbidden Games tells the story of a young orphan and her friend, who are forced to fend for themselves in World War II France. A breathtaking cinematic achievement, Clément’s film features brilliant performances from its child stars and won the 1952 Academy Award for Best Foreign Film

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    Collection of new and archival interviews with director René Clément and actress Brigitte Fossey
    Alternate opening and ending to the film
    Original theatrical trailer
    Optional English-dubbed soundtrack
    New and improved subtitle translation
    A new essay by film scholar Peter Matthews

    FILM INFO
    1952
    85 minutes
    Black and white
    1.33:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Not Anamorphic
    French


    Criterion #319 - The Bad Sleep Well - Akira Kurosawa



    A young executive hunts down his father’s killer in director Akira Kurosawa’s scathing The Bad Sleep Well. Continuing his legendary collaboration with actor Toshiro Mifune, Kurosawa combines elements of Hamlet and American film noir to chilling effect in exposing the corrupt boardrooms of postwar corporate Japan.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    A 36-minute documentary on the making of The Bad Sleep Well, created as part of the Toho Masterworks series
    Original theatrical trailer
    New and improved subtitle translation
    New essays by film scholar Richard Combs and screenwriter-director Michael Almereyda (Deadwood, Hamlet)

    FILM INFO
    1960
    160 minutes
    Black & White
    2.35:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Anamorphic
    Japanese


    Criterion #320 - Young Mr. Lincoln - John Ford



    Few historical figures are as revered as Abraham Lincoln, and few director-star pairings embody classic American cinema as perfectly as do John Ford and Henry Fonda. In Young Mr. Lincoln, their first collaboration, Fonda gives one of the finest performances of his career as the young president-to-be struggling with an incendiary murder case as a novice lawyer. Compassionate and assured, this indelible piece of Americana marks the beginning of Ford and Fonda’s ascent to legendary status.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    Archival audio interviews with director John Ford and star Henry Fonda
    Academy Award Theater radio dramatization of Young Mr. Lincoln, downloadable as an MP3 file
    Stills gallery
    Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
    A new essay by film critic Geoffrey O’Brien

    FILM INFO
    1939
    100 minutes
    Black & White
    1.33:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Not Anamorphic
    English


    Criterion #321 - The Virgin Spring - Ingmar Bergman



    Winner of the 1961 Academy Award for Best Foreign Film, Ingmar Bergman’s The Virgin Spring is a harrowing tale of faith, revenge, and savagery in medieval Sweden. Starring Bergman stalwart and screen icon Max von Sydow, the film is both beautiful and cruel in its depiction of a world teetering between the sacred and the profane and one father’s longing to avenge the murder of a child.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    Audio commentary by Ingmar Bergman scholar Birgitta Steene
    New video interviews with actresses Gunnel Linblom and Birgitta Petersson
    New essay by film historian and Bergman scholar Peter Cowie
    New and improved English subtitle translation

    FILM INFO
    1960
    89 minutes
    Black & White
    1.33:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Not Anamorphic
    Swedish

    Criterion #322 - The Complete Mr.Arkadin - Orson Welles



    Orson Welles’s Mr. Arkadin (a.k.a. Confidential Report) is one of cinema’s great mysteries. How did a globetrotting narrative of espionage, amnesia, and backstabbing come to be itself marked by these qualities? In the film, small-time American smuggler Guy van Stratten is hired by elusive billionaire Gregory Arkadin to investigate the tycoon’s past. What follows is a dizzying descent into the Cold War landscape of a Europe trying to erase its history. In making the film, Welles was ultimately banned from the editing room by producer Louis Dolivet. As a result, many versions exist, none of them definitive. The Criterion Collection is proud to collect the many faces of Mr. Arkadin into one box for the first time—from the story’s beginnings in radio to the novel published under Welles’s name to an all-new “comprehensive version” of the film

    EXTRAS
    SPECIAL EDITION THREE-DISC SET FEATURES
    New, restored high-definition digital transfers of three versions of the film: the Corinth Verion, Confidential Report, and a new Comprehensive Version
    Audio commentary by scholars Jonathan Rosenbaum and James Naremore
    Interviews with Welles biographer Simon Callow, star Robert Arden, radio producer Harry Alan Towers, director Peter Bogdanovich, and film archivists Stephan Droessler and Claude Bertemes
    Three half-hour episodes of the radio program The Lives of Harry Lime, upon which the film is based
    On the Comprehensive Version, a new documentary featuring Droessler, Bertemes, and Bogdanovich
    Outtakes, rushes, and alternate scenes from the film
    Extensive stills gallery
    Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing

    FILM INFO
    1955
    105 minutes
    Black and white
    1.33:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Not Anamorphic
    English


    Criterion #323 - The Children Are Watching Us - Vittorio de Sica



    In his first collaboration with renowned screenwriter and longtime partner Cesare Zavattini, Vittoria De Sica examines the cataclysmic consequences of adult folly on an innocent child. Heralding the pair’s subsequent work on some of the masterpieces of Italian neorealism, The Children Are Watching Us is a deeply humane, vivid portrait of one family’s disintegration.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    New video interviews with star Luciano de Ambrosis and De Sica scholar Callisto Cosulich
    New and improved subtitle translation
    A booklet featuring film scholar Robert Cardullo and Stuart Klawans on screenwriter Cesare Zavattini

    FILM INFO
    1944
    84 minutes
    Black & White
    1.33:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Not Anamorphic
    Italian


    Criterion #324 - La Bête Humaine - Jean Renoir



    Based on the classic Émile Zola novel, Jean Renoir’s La bête humaine was one of the legendary director’s greatest popular successes, tapping into the fatalism of a nation in despair. Jean Gabin’s emblematic portrayal of doomed train engineer Jacques Lantier granted him a permanent place in the hearts of his countrymen. Part poetic realism, part film noir, the film is a hard-boiled and suspenseful journey into the tormented psyche of a workingman.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer of the original uncut version
    Introduction to the film by Jean Renoir
    New interview with director Peter Bogdanovich
    Archival interviews with Renoir discussing his adaptation of Emile Zola’s novels, his process with actors, and directing actress Simone Simon
    Gallery of on-set photographs and theatrical posters
    Theatrical trailer
    New and improved English subtitle translation
    A booklet featuring writings by film critic Geoffrey O’Brien, historian Ginette Vincendeau, and production designer Eugène Lourié

    FILM INFO
    1938
    96 minutes
    Black and white
    1.33:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Not Anamorphic
    French


    Criterion #325 - Kind Hearts and Coroners - Robert Hamer



    Director Robert Hamer’s fiendishly funny Kind Hearts and Coronets stands as one of Ealing Studios’ greatest triumphs, and one of the most wickedly black comedies ever made. Dennis Price is sublime as an embittered young commoner determined to avenge his mother’s unjust disinheritance by ascending to the dukedom. Unfortunately, eight family members—all played by the incomparable Alec Guinness—must be eliminated before he can do so.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    BBC programs on Alec Guinness and the history of Ealing Studios
    Gallery of archival production and publicity photographs
    Original theatrical trailer
    A new essay by film critic and historian Philip Kemp
    Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing

    FILM INFO
    1949
    106 minutes
    Black and white
    1.33:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Not Anamorphic
    English


    Criterion #326 - Metropolitan - Whit Stillman



    One of the most the most significant achievements of the American independent film movement of the 1990s, writer-director Whit Stillman’s debut, Metropolitan, is a sparkling comedic chronicle of a middle-class young man’s romantic misadventures among New York City’s debutante society. Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay, Stillman’s deft, literate script and hilariously high-brow observations mask a tender tale of adolescent anxiety.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    Audio commentary by director Whit Stillman, editor Christopher Tellefsen, and actors Chris Eigeman and Taylor Nichols
    Rare outtakes and deleted scenes
    Optional English subtitles for the deaf and heard of hearing
    A new essay by author and film scholar Luc Sante

    FILM INFO
    1990
    99 minutes
    Color
    1.66:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Anamorphic
    English


    Criterion #327 - Three Films By Louis Malle



    Few directors have portrayed the agonies and epiphanies of growing up as poetically—and scandalously—as Louis Malle. Laced with autobiographical details, Murmur of the Heart; Lacombe, Lucien; and Au revoir les enfants tell stories of youth, set against the tumult of World War II and postwar France. Controversial, tragic, amusing, and poignant, these three films are not just coming-of-age stories but the director’s ongoing response to a world gone wrong, revealing his true nature as rebel.

    EXTRAS

    FILM INFO


    Criterion #328 - Murmur of the Heart - Louis Malle



    Louis Malle’s critically acclaimed Murmur of the Heart gracefully combines elements of comedy, drama, and autobiography in a candid portrait of a precocious fifteen-year-old boy’s sexual maturation. Both shocking and deeply poignant, this is one of the finest coming-of-age films ever made.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    Original theatrical trailer
    A new essay by film critic Michael Sragow
    New and improved English subtitle translation

    FILM INFO
    1970
    118 minutes
    Color
    1.66:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Anamorphic
    French


    Criterion #329 - Lacombe, Lucien - Louis MAlle



    One of the first French films to address the issue of collaboration during the German Occupation, Louis Malle’s brave and controversial Lacombe, Lucien traces a young peasant’s journey from potential Resistance member to Gestapo recruit. At once the story of a nation and one troubled boy’s horrific coming of age, the film is a disquieting portrait of lost innocence and guilt.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    Original theatrical trailer
    Pauline Kael’s 1974 New Yorker review
    New and improved English subtitle translation

    FILM INFO
    1974
    138 minutes
    Color
    1.66:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Anamorphic
    French


    Criterion #330 - Au revoir les enfants - Louis Malle



    Au revoir les enfants tells a heartbreaking story of friendship and devastating loss between two boys living in Nazi-occupied France. At a provincial Catholic boarding school, the precocious youths enjoy true camaraderie—until a secret is revealed. Based on events from writer-director Malle’s own childhood, the film is a subtle, precisely observed tale of courage, cowardice, and tragic awakening.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer supervised by director of photography Renato Berta
    Original theatrical trailer and teaser
    A new essay by film critic Philip Kemp
    New and improved English subtitle translation

    FILM INFO
    1987
    101 minutes
    Color
    1.66:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Anamorphic
    French


    Criterion #331 - Late Spring - Yasujiro Ozu



    One of the most powerful of Yasujiro Ozu’s family portraits, Late Spring tells the story of a widowed father who feels compelled to marry off his only, beloved daughter. Loyal Ozu players Chishu Ryu and Setsuko Hara command this poignant tale of love and loss in postwar Japan, which remains as potent today as ever—almost by itself justifying Ozu’s inclusion in the pantheon of cinema’s greatest directors.

    EXTRAS
    SPECIAL EDITION DOUBLE-DISC SET FEATURES: New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    Tokyo-Ga (1985, 92 mins), legendary director Wim Wenders’ tribute to Yasujiro Ozu
    Audio commentary by Richard Peña, program director of New York’s Film Society of Lincoln Center
    New essays by critic Michael Atkinson and renowned Japanese-film historian Donald Richie
    New and improved English subtitle translation

    FILM INFO
    1949
    110 minutes
    Black & White

    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Not Anamorphic
    Japanese


    Criterion #332 - Viridiana - Luis Buñuel



    Banned in Spain and denounced by the Vatican, Luis Buñuel’s hilarious vision of life as a beggar’s banquet is regarded by many as his masterpiece. In it, the young novice Viridiana does her utmost to maintain her Catholic principles, but her lecherous uncle and a motley assemblage of paupers force her to confront the limits of her idealism. Winner of the Palme d’Or at the 1961 Cannes Film Festival, this anticlerical free-for-all is as shocking today as ever.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    New video interview with Cineaste editor and author Richard Porton
    A new essay by author and film historian Michael Wood
    Original U.S. release trailer
    New and improved English subtitle translation

    FILM INFO
    1961
    91 minutes
    Black and white
    1.78:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Anamorphic
    Spanish


    Criterion #333 - Fists in the Pocket - Marco Bellocchio



    A dark and perverse portrait of family dysfunction, Fists in the Pocket stunned moviegoers and critics alike when it arrived on the scene in 1965—the feature debut of a then twenty-five-year old Marco Bellocchio. This award-winning work certainly heralded the arrival of a powerful filmmaking voice, and it continues to rank as a truly unique classic of Italian cinema.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    New video interviews with director Marco Bellocchio, actors Lou Castel and Paola Pitagora, and editor Silvano Agosti
    Original theatrical trailer
    New and improved English subtitle translation

    FILM INFO
    1965
    65 minutes
    Black and white
    1.85:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Anamorphic
    Italian


    Criterion #335 - Elevator To The Gallows - Louis Malle



    In his mesmerizing debut, twenty-four-year-old director Louis Malle brought together the beauty of Jeanne Moreau, the camerawork of Henri Decaë, and the now legendary score by Miles Davis. A touchstone of the careers of both its star and director, Elevator to the Gallows (Ascenseur pour l'échafaud) is a richly atmospheric thriller of mistaken identity unfolding over one tense night in Paris.

    EXTRAS
    New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    New and archival interviews with Louis Malle, actors Jeanne Moreau and Maurice Ronet, and original soundtrack session pianist René Urtreger
    Footage of Miles Davis improvising the film's score
    New video discussion about the score with jazz critic Gary Giddins and musician Jon Faddis
    Theatrical trailers
    New and improved English subtitle translation
    Essays by critic Terrence Rafferty and producer Vincent Malle

    FILM INFO
    1958
    92 minutes
    Black & White
    1.66:1
    Dolby Digital Mono 1.0
    Not Anamorphic
    French

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    ¿Ran?

    Caramba, ya pensaba que esta no la sacarían, y justo cuando ya estaba decidido a pillarme la de Universal o la Masterworks Edition .

    Pues nada, toca esperar a ver las reviews. :alloro

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    Predeterminado Re: Criterion para Noviembre '05

    La de Pickpocket, por los extras, huele a que han pillado el master y los extras a los de mk2, pero le han añadido cosas.

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    Que covers más guapas! La de RAN es preciosa...

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    Al que diseña las portadas habría que darle un Oscar honorífico... :laleche

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    Offtopic total... ¿alguien me puede indicar donde conseguir el poster de Tales of Hoffmann?

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    Predeterminado Re: Lanzamientos Criterion Sep-Dic '05

    Pedida la de "The Man who fell to Earth"...

    Empiezo a ser un adicto a criterion, cada día hacen cosas más mejores

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    Actualización. Añadidas carátulas de Forbidden Games (#318)y The Bad Sleep Well (#319). Añadida info de tres nuevas ediciones, aún sin carátula.

    ¿Por qué no abren una sección donde comprar los posters de sus carátulas? ¡El de The Bad Sleep Well es otra maravilla!

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    Recibida ayer la de "The Man Who Fell to Earth". En cuanto pueda verla pongo una review, pero así a bote pronto, la edición es espectacular...

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    Actualizado

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    Sería ideal que una distribuidora española llegara a un acuerdo con ellos y sacara el fondo Critterion aquí, con todo subtitulado a nuestro idioma.

    Por cierto, he leído que sacan "Viridiana", también...

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    Predeterminado Re: Lanzamientos Criterion (Actualizado 05/11)

    Tenéis una comparativa de Ugetsu
    aquí y de Pickpocket aquí

    Lo mejor de todo es que todos estos másters los están haciendo en Alta Definición, y cuando aparezca el HD-DVD, se podrá ver la película con una calidad única...

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    Por cierto, he leído que sacan "Viridiana", también...
    Pues sí, que gran noticia......

    Ya viene algo de información en la web. Va a ser mi primer "Criterion".

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    para marzo sacan todo esto: i pugni in tasca, me encanta :agradecido


    http://www.dvdbeaver.com/film/criterion-march.htm

    March 2006

    Traffic - Steven Soderbergh examines the effect of drugs as politics, business, and lifestyle, interweaving the stories of a newly appointed drug czar and his family, a West Coast kingpin¹s wife, a key informant, and cops on both sides of the U.S./Mexican border. Instantly recognized as a classic, Traffic appeared on more than 200 critics¹ ten-best lists, and earned five Academy Award nominations.


    Title: 3 Films by Louis Malle

    MURMUR OF THE HEART - Louis Malle¹s critically acclaimed Murmur of the Heart gracefully combines elements of comedy, drama, and autobiography in a candid portrait of one boy¹s journey from childhood to adulthood. Malle¹s depiction of a precocious fifteen-year old boy¹s sexual maturation and unorthodox relationship with his free-spirited mother is both shocking and deeply poignant, amounting to one of the finest coming-of-age films ever committed to film.

    LACOMBE, LUCIEN - One of the first French films to address the issue of collaboration during the German Occupation, Louis Malle¹s brave and controversial Lacombe, Lucien traces a young peasant¹s journey from potential Resistance member to Gestapo recruit. At once the story of a nation and one troubled boy¹s horrific coming of age, the film is a disquieting portrait of lost innocence and guilt.


    AU REVOIR LES ENFANTS - Based on events from writer-director Louis Malle¹s own childhood, Au revoir les enfants is the tragic story of friendship and devastating loss between two boys at a Catholic board-school in Nazi-occupied France. Julien befriends Jean, and the two precocious youths enjoy true camaraderie until Jean¹s secret‹that he is a Jew being hid by sympathetic priests‹is revealed. Subtly and precisely observed, the film is a tale of cowardice and courage and ultimately heartbreaking awakening into adulthood.


    FISTS IN THE POCKET - A dark, perverse portrait of family dysfunction, Fists in the Pocket stunned moviegoers and critics alike with its unflinching social critique and brazenly assured style. This award-winning feature debut by writer/director Marco Bellocchio heralds the arrival of a powerful filmmaking voice, and ranks as a truly unique classic of Italian cinema.



    MR ARKADIN - American smuggler Guy van Stratten decides to investigate the mysterious Mr. Arkadin (Orson Welles) after hearing about the wealthy man from a prison cellmate. Van Stratten befriends Arkadin's daughter, Raina, but Arkadin himself claims amnesia about his own life, sending van Stratten off to investigate his past. The search spans many countries and characters, but the real purpose of the mission is not what it seems. Orson Welles's elusive film presented in three different versions.

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    Cita Iniciado por Loco Peligroso
    Tenéis una comparativa de Ugetsu
    aquí y de Pickpocket aquí

    Lo mejor de todo es que todos estos másters los están haciendo en Alta Definición, y cuando aparezca el HD-DVD, se podrá ver la película con una calidad única...
    pero entonces pickpocket!: las ed. de region 2 no estan en formato original?solo la de criterion?

    Region 1 - NTSC
    Video 1.78:1 Original Aspect Ratio

    Region 2 - PAL
    1.33:1 Original Aspect Ratio

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    Aprovechando el bump, añado las carátulas de Kind Hearts & Coronets y Viridiana.

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    demasiada repeticion

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    Se anuncian para Abril

    - Monterey Pop (single-disc edition) - On a June weekend in 1967, at the height of the ³Summer of Love,² the Monterey International Pop Festival ushered in a new era of rock and roll and launched the careers of Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Otis Redding, as well as showcasing veteran performers such as Simon & Garfunkel, The Mamas & the Papas, The Who, and the extraordinary Ravi Shankar. Filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker captured it all, immortalizing those moments that have become legend. Now available for the first time as a single-disc release.

    - Jimi Plays Monterey/Shake! Otis at Monterey - Jimi Hendrix and Otis Redding arrived in California virtually unknown. Hendrix exploded at Monterey, flooring an unsuspecting audience with his maniacal six-string pyrotechnics. Redding, venerable star of Memphis¹ Stax record label, seduced the ³love crowd² in one of his best performances, which would be his last. Featuring the entire Monterey sets of these legendary musicians, and now available for the first time as a single-disc release

    - The 400 Blows - François Truffaut¹s first and most personal feature film, told from the perspective of the director¹s lifelong cinematic counterpart, Antoine Doinel. Sensitively recreating the trials of Truffaut¹s own childhood, The 400 Blows unsentimentally portrays aloof parents, oppressive teachers, petty crime, and a friendship that would last a lifetime. Available after a long absence as a single-disc release

    - Elevator to the Gallows - In this, his debut feature film, director Louis Malle captures the hidden beauty of Jeanne Moreau, the brilliant camerawork of Henri Decaë, and the musical force of Miles Davis in a tightly constructed film noir experience that launched his and Moreau¹s careers

    - Harlan County, U.S.A. - In 1973, when the Brookside coal miners voted to join the United Mine Workers union, The Duke Power Company refused to sign the union¹s contact. The struggle that broke out between the company and the workers was brilliantly documented by Barbara Kopple in this Academy Award *winning documentary. With a haunting country and bluegrass soundtrack, Harlan County, U.S.A. is a powerful, sometimes heartbreaking record of the thirteen-month struggle between a community fighting to survive and a corporation dedicated to the bottom line.

    - Grey Gardens (two-disc edition) - Meet Big and Little Edie Beale‹high society dropouts, mother and daughter, reclusive cousins of Jackie O.‹thriving together amid the decay and disorder of their ramshackle East Hampton mansion. This intimate portrait has since become a cult classic and established Little Edie as a fashion icon and philosopher queen. Now available as a two-disc edition with newly available supplements.

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    Se anuncia para Mayo:

    A nos amours (Maurice Pialat, 1983)

    Y he añadido la referencia #331, Late Spring (Yasujiro Ozu) y #335, Elevator To The Gallows (Louis Malle).

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    Próximos lanzamientos:

    Seven Samurai 3-disc, Amarcord 2-disc, Brazil 3-disc, Brazil 1-disc, Spirit of the Beehive, Playtime and Jigoku.

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    Seven Samurai 3-disc

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    Seven Samurai 3-disc, Amarcord 2-disc, Brazil 3-disc, Brazil 1-disc, Spirit of the Beehive, Playtime and Jigoku
    Con cambio de imagen incluido en las portadas, en cuanto al logo de criterion se refiere, o son provisionales??






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    Cita Iniciado por avesatani
    Con cambio de imagen incluido en las portadas, en cuanto al logo de criterion se refiere, o son provisionales??
    En un cambio de imágen definitivo, las portadas tienen ahora más pinta de libro ... me pregunto si además cambiaran el tipo de caja y scaran digipacks, por ejemplo

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    Alguien ha pillado la de Viridiana? Me imagino que será una edición cojonuda en cuanto calidad de imagen?

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