Criterion offers a correspondingly bold and beautiful transfer of one of the most astonishingly fragile and intuitive of all American movies.
It’s seen many home-video releases over the years, but Criterion’s Blu-ray finally gives the film the package it deserves.
Because Kino Lorber has refused to properly supplement the disc, you’ll be just fine hanging onto your 2007 DVD.
Love it, hate it, or love it and hate it, Nashville is one of the most revealing portraits of America ever made, and it’s never looked or sounded this good.
It’s a film that has one opening scene after another, never seeming to run short of prologues and prefaces.