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Scott Reviews The Rainer Werner Fassbinder Collection [Arrow Video Blu-ray Review]

28 April 2016 4:08 PM, PDT | CriterionCast | See recent CriterionCast news »

It’s no real secret that we’re reaching a tipping point with home video. Streaming is proving a better and better option for the casual consumer every day, and even the cinephile dollar, which has rather successfully driven home video decisions for the past couple of years, has such services as Hulu, Fandor, Mubi, and – soon – FilmStruck vying for their attention. Physical distributors have subsequently doubled down on their most successful and acclaimed models. Criterion is going big on new-to-disc, big international titles with new restorations (Brighter Summer Day, Paris Belongs to Us, A Touch of Zen) and lavish new editions of American classics (The New World, Dr. Strangelove). Kino is investing in silent classics (Fantomas, The Phantom of the Opera, Diary of a Lost Girl) while diversifying to include more American studio titles. Masters of Cinema is going into deep specialty stuff with an Early Murnau box and Edvard Munch. »

- Scott Nye

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DVD Review: Fear Eats the Soul

14 April 2016 5:40 AM, PDT | CineVue | See recent CineVue news »

★★★★★ It's surely the sheer, unvarnished humanity on display in Rainer Werner Fassbinder's celebrated Ali: Fear Eats the Soul that's the film's greatest success. When the eponymous Ali (El Hedi ben Salem), a Moroccan immigrant in his late thirties, meets nervous 60-year-old Emmi (Brigitte Mira) one evening when she steps into a bar to get out of the rain, his friends challenge Ali to ask her to dance. Apparently taking them at face value, Ali does indeed dance with her, before walking her home and going to bed with her.


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