The DVD incarnation of the campy Glitter deserves much more than what’s offered here.
Thankfully, Todd Haynes’s film can finally be seen the way it was meant to.
This two-disc edition may be a walk in the park for fans of the Welles masterpiece, but its treasure trove of features will be a great introduction for remaining novices.
Close-Up, one of the top five films of the 1990s, is also a great compliment to Makhmalbaf’s similarly themed A Moment of Innocence.
Since the film’s features are as bloated as the film itself, I’d say the DVD makers did the film justice.
With the release of Anchor Bay’s three-disc Suspiria Limited Edition, Argento fans could finally breath a sigh of relief.