If you buy this product expecting blu-ray quality, you will be sorely disappointed. This is simple a (bad) DVD quality movie blown up (badly) to 1080p. It looks bad. Its colours are flatter than a VHS tape, its sharpness is nonexistent, its audio sounds like it's been recorded on my little brother's cassette tape recorder in 1980, including the tape hiss.
The movie opens with a close-up of a high heel shoe, then a female corpse with fake blood and a razor in her hand. If you like that, this is your type of movie. Eighties music at its worst. There are pretensious voice-overs, there is fake blood with an insultingly over-red colour, there's gratitious sex, there are people slowly taking off their sun-glasses, there's a Gerard Dépardieu at half his present weight before he chose to evade paying taxes in the country that made him earn money, there are Very Serious Lookse Exchanged between actors, there's Nastassja Kinski who eternally deserves better roles than she ever got and certainly got in this movie, there are slow takes of actors pretending to be thinking; in all, there's fake art-house nonsense for the masses.
If you have a few quid to spend, spend it more wisely on something else than on Jean-Jaqcues Beineix' so-called movie.