Every month cinephiles around the world rejoice with the release of a new set of classic and artistically important films on both DVD and Blu-ray by the Criterion Collection. Their limited editions often feature interviews with filmmakers, hard-to-find archival footage, and insight into the film's creation not found anywhere else. This month Criterion Collection has Roman Polanski's beloved Rosemary's Baby, Wong Kar-Wai's In the Mood for Love, Joshua Marston's tale of feuding families in The Forgiveness of Blood, John Schlesinger's follow-up to Midnight Cowboy, the bi-sexual love triangle of Sunday Bloody Sunday, and the next installment of the Eclipse Series featuring three films by Gainsborough Pictures.
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- Lex Walker
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