It is sad when you think how many people have heard of these so called 'screen tests' and yet they have never had the opportunity to see them. Well, thanks to the Warhol foundation, and the beautiful work of Plexi Film, here are 13 of the 'screen tests'; presented in a crisp black and white photography, sharp sound and three alternative soundtracks (counting the 'silent' version as one, as it was how Warhol intended them to be viewed). Ultimately I appreciate that the price is not the warmest, nor is the runtime, which is exactly 60 mins; but the presentation of this DVD compensates for the rest, accompanied within a small booklet the DVD box stands out among many other titles. Furthermore, it comes across as a little children's book. The book itself summarises the Screen tests and provides insightful points to each person on screen. It's a must buy for anyone that is in search of something different, and all together still fresh even after 30 odd years.
My last remark would be that I can only hope that more is on the way, and that the quality is maintained to this high level.