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An excellent collection that includes three key films from the 1960's from the long and influential career Miklós Jancsó, the often overlooked, Hungarian filmmaker. The collection also includes a lengthy interview with the director and two of his many documentaries, plus the reprint of an important appreciation of Jancsó's work by former "Sight & Sound" editor, Penelope Houston, published in 1969.
My one reservation, however, is the transfer of THE RED AND THE WHITE [Csillagosok, katonák] which is noticeably soft throughout. The U.S. release on Kino is sharper, but with a different translation and subtitles that are a tad too large.
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