The extras are superfluous, but the first-rate video transfer and superb, resonant audio promises to generate more fans of the remake.
Guadagnino’s remake is a funereal pseudo-realist drama about political upheaval and the violence of systems that’s at odds with itself.
As seen through James Lord’s eyes, the dramas and passions on display come off as melodramas and grotesqueries.
The feeling here was perhaps intended to be impressionistic and elusive, but the result is instead rambling and unfocused.
Gender and genre are continuously bent in Serge Bozon’s uniquely weird and often starkly beautiful film experiment.
It would be pure absurdism if Akerman’s detached logic didn’t make so much sense.
Is Sylvie Testud playing Björk on the DVD cover? Shhhh.it’s oh so quiet.