This is a film I first saw in the 1970's, it had an incredible effect on me and has stayed with me for many years. I bought the DVD a few years ago but now, at last, we have the definitive Blu-Ray!
The picture quality is sublime, and while the sound is only 2.0, it has been 'dts'd so is the best available, and while the film may be 40 years old, the story still pulls at the heart strings and, I think, is Bruce Dern's best role to date.
You all know the story, but it's the extras which set this apart from any other release of the film. There is a sublime 1972 50 minute making-of documentary that is absolutely fascinating. A short interview with Bruce Dern, very recent, proves… Read more