This new Blu-ray Edition from Arrow Academy has not been reviewed [to date], just appended with old DVD reviews as is Amazons custom.
I shan't bore you with more analysis and description of the film but just give a brief update on the quality and content of the package.
Starting with the Blu-ray disc itself, the quality is really very high, the film looks excellent. So everything one might have hoped for there. The aspect ratio is 1.66:1 so you need to make sure it's viewed correctly with a small amount of black down the left/right sides on a 16.9 screen.
The video extra finds Wajda speaking direct to camera and discussing the films historical, political and artistic context.
The case comes inside a slip cover with a transparent window. This is designed to display the new cover artwork or one of three reproduction original posters. I'm not so keen on the new artwork, but the posters are very interesting. Once the disc is on and you encounter the various menu headings; Auditorium, Reel Change, Kiosk and Projection Booth, you may, like me begin to think that the pudding is being a little over egged.
There's a very good booklet with new writing from the ever excellent Michael Brooke as well as other interesting re-printed material and images.
Above all the film looks and sounds very impressive.