While the film in itself is truely great, arguably one of Truffaut's best, this edition is very poor.
The quality of the film is shameful. It must have been the worst copy of the film to survive and it was for some reason chosen to be transfered to DVD format. It is very bright in big parts of the the screen, and generally looks in great need of restoration.
If that was not enough, the translation to English is very poor. Early in the film, Charles Aznavour's character is sat at the piano talking to himself voiced over by the narrator, and there is a great unexpected moment where Aznavour out of nowhere responds to the narrator breaking the convention of narrator/actor. This great pun is completely missed by the translator.
If you can, buy another edition of this film. Personally, I'm staying away from any film in this series and would advice others to do the same.