This is a superb restoration of the classic silent Hitchcock film, 'The Lodger', which stars a very expressive and 'over-the-top' Ivor Novello as a suspected serial killer. The new musical score by Nitin Sawhney is splendid: atmospheric, flexible, and with some interesting motifs deliberately reminiscent of Bernard Hermann (Hitchcock's greatest film composer). The only element of the score which did irritate me was the repetitive use of the famous high-strings 'Psycho' murder music (the screeching violins during the murder in the shower). If Nitin had used this theme only once, it would have been OK - but several times was too much and rather heavy-handed, in my opinion. Nevertheless, I think the score is, overall, first-class and truly enriches the atmosphere of a filmic masterpiece (in some ways, I don't think Hitchcock ever surpassed 'The Lodger'). The picture quality is amazingly good. The restorers have done a fantastic job. In fine, I thoroughly recommend this DVD (which contains an interview with Nitin Sawhney, plus his score on separate CDs) to all who love the work of the great Alfred Hitchcock, or who are interested in 'silent' (but highly expressive) cinema.