In its own way, this is as suitable a final work as a culminating magnum opus.
Criterion’s Blu-ray is a loving tribute to the tender approach that was taken toward the adaptation of Kemp Powers’s one-act play.
The film understands how its major cultural figures navigated a political minefield, while never taking its eyes off of them as people.
The film seems to have cobbled its set pieces together from a series of close-ups edited as if by random selection.
The choreography is as brutal as you expect, but the repetition in style from the first two films makes the effect less surprising.
An unsung 21st-century American noir receives the audio-visual treatment it deserves. But don’t expect much in the way of supplemental context.