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"The movie business is macabre. Grotesque.
It is a combination of a football game
and a brothel."
-- Federico Fellini
Sep 032017
 
This November, golden-age Hollywood's wittiest romantic comedy will join the Criterion Collection: The Philadelphia Story, starring Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, and James Stewart, all at the height of their dazzling charms. The Criterion edition will feature a new 4K restoration, along with new supplements exploring the film's production, which launched Hepburn back to stardom thanks largely to her own shrewd orchestrations. Next up, Donna Deitch's swooning love story Desert Hearts — a landmark in queer cinema and a triumph of independent filmmaking — will appear in a special edition featuring a new, restored 4K digital transfer and interviews in which the cast and crew revisit the film's production and discuss its impact three decades later. Terry Gilliam stepped out from the ranks of Monty Python for his solo-directing debut, Jabberwocky, which stars Michael Palin as a clueless bumpkin traipsing through a medieval kingdom terrorized by a fearsome dragon. Our edition marks the film's first appearance on Blu-ray, in a new 4K restoration with special features including new interviews with the cast and crew. And that's not all: Jean-Pierre Melville's ice-cold gangster classic Le samouraï, starring Alain Delon, will now be on Blu-ray in a new high-definition digital restoration.

November 7: The Philadelphia Story
November 14: Desert Hearts
November 14: Le samouraï
November 21: Jabberwocky
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