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It’s haunting cinema, in a film that’s very much stood the test of time. What’s particularly impressive about its Blu-ray presentation is how it complements Last Tango in Paris so strongly. The stark framing of the film is only enhanced here by the quality and clarity of the 1080p upgrade. The audio, too, has been cleaned up, albeit in a respectful way that doesn’t seek to force an overly-zealous surround sound mix on a film that doesn’t need, or was intended to have, one.
Sadly, there’s not much in the way of supplementary material to beef the disc out. The original theatrical trailer is of interest, but there’s a deeper look at the film waiting to be made. Yet the excellent, natural video transfer in particular makes the upgrade worth the investment. A cliché, perhaps, but it’s a classic film that really hasn’t look better. --Jon Foster--This text refers to the Blu-ray edition.
I've revised this review three times over successive days since watching it - gradually raising my rating of it each time. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Will Mac
Terrible. Can't believe all the hype and controversy this film caused when I was a teenager.Published 1 month ago by Gilly Flower
Finally got round to seeing this film, but what is all the fuss about?Published 3 months ago by Des
It was just as my husband remembered and he really enjoyed watching it again. He was pleased to find it.Published 8 months ago by Catherine raynor
Everything in this film swirls around Brando's character and his bereavement. This film reminds us that every city - even the city of light - is a cold stoney hearted place where... Read morePublished 8 months ago by david
how this film ever got to be described as an erotic classic is a great mystery to me. I find it an incredibly sad film about loss and alienation, directed, set and filmed with the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by music lover
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