The flimsy extras verge on making this a barebones release.
One of the most ambiguous, neurotic, and disturbing of all American films receives a revelatory new restoration.
Ken Loach’s staging is so calm and sober that it turns his story into an expertly photographed yet weirdly remote rebellion tale.
From “the studio that brought you the Academy Award-winning Life Is Beautiful” comes another Holocaust movie that you’re sure to love! Only this time there’s no happy ending, or Academy Awards.
As Straw Dogs makes clear, the consequences of enduring such a violent rite of passage is ultimately suffering and alienation.