What are dual-format editions?
Dual-format editions include both Blu-ray and DVD versions of a film in a single package. All supplements are available across both formats.
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Craig J. Clark: “A superb film. Hope this means more of Oshima's ATG films are in the pipeline.”
Craig J. Clark: “At long last! The Coen Brothers take their rightful place in the Collection!”
Craig J. Clark: “This was one of Danny Peary's Cult Movies for a reason. I look forward to revisiting it.”
Craig J. Clark: “Cannot wait to add this one to my Collection.”
Craig J. Clark: “I just watched this on Hulu last year, but I'll gladly pick up the Blu-ray. It's that good.”
Craig J. Clark: “So glad Wim Wenders's commentary from the previous DVD release has been carried over.”
Craig J. Clark: “The moment this gets a Blu-ray upgrade, I will be adding it to my collection.”
Craig J. Clark: “Is it weird that I'd like to see this get a Blu-ray upgrade? It is, isn't it?”
Craig J. Clark: “There can never be enough Fassbinder in the Collection. My next request: Fox and His Friends.”
Craig J. Clark: “Here's to stinking Criterion (for bringing this back into print)!”
Craig J. Clark: “The perfect gift for the bondage enthusiast in your life. (Don't pretend you don't have one.)”
Craig J. Clark: “Just watched this again last night. Stunning as ever, and it's ripe for a Blu-ray upgrade.”
Craig J. Clark: “The one Kiarostami in the Collection that isn't on Blu-ray. This needs to be remedied as soon as humanly possible.”
Craig J. Clark: “I want this very much, but I'm holding out for the Blu-ray upgrade. Hope it won't be long before it gets one.”