Olive Films easily supplants their earlier release of Letter from an Unknown Woman with a vast improvement in video quality and a slew of quality extras.
The waltzing heartbreak of Letter from an Unknown Woman serves as the gateway to Max Ophüls’s late-period string of masterpieces.
Warner's mega-classic arrives, on a sedan chair, with an alabaster high-definition transfer. Don't drop it on your foot.
The film has a peculiar magic to it, and because of its pace the richness of its sense of detail often goes unnoticed.
How about Cabin in the Cotten, Dangerous, Juarez, The Corn is Green, and A Stolen Life for volume four?