Three of the respective mediums’ most emotionally gratifying collisions are now available in an exquisite gift package.
Jonathan Demme makes loving sport of the trust his actors have clearly placed in him, erecting for them a monument to the joys and terrors of walking an emotional high wire.
The significant boost to the film’s image and sound quality alone makes an upgrade to Criterion’s Blu-ray a must.
The agitated emotions of Chekhov’s personages become veritable landscapes in the hands of André Gregory’s assembly.
The film is a religious experience....with a side of potato soup.
The film is one of the few entrancingly esoteric, radically raw dialectics ever made.
For all the misappropriated hatred spewed about the film back in 1988, it follows the Gospels with diligence and faith.