As well as the standard DVD extras, David Lynch’s period heartbreaker now comes with interviews with critic Michel Chion and filmmaker Mike Figgis.
Meanwhile, the stunning b/w cinematography gets a crisp new kick from the HD transfer.
Maybe it’s not one that’ll have your friends rushing out to buy 50- inch plasmas, but there’s something special about the fact you can now see tears glistening in John Hurt’s eyes behind the prosthetic.
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