This fifth Blu-ray version of Verdi’s Aida, second from Arena di Verona, benefits from a mostly strong cast
In the finale of his trilogy, Michelangelo Antonioni further explores the intimacy of human relationships with L’eclisse.
A rarely heard Rossini specialty, we get four good tenors contributing to terrific performance of Rossini’s retelling of the Shakespeare legend.
A visually powerful yet coldly distant look at post–war corruption in Rome from Francesco Rosi
Female posterior-obsessed erotica director Tinto Brass’ Frivolous Lola arrives in a restored Blu-ray Edition from Arrow
With the exception of soprano Hui He in the title role, a less than stellar Aida that also suffers from subpar visuals.
A beautifully filmed and directed rendition of one of Mozart’s supreme romantic comedies that is abetted by a great cast of young singers
Terraferma is a gorgeously captured film that doesn’t quite get its intended point across.
The Blu-ray premiere of one of Rossini’s least performed operas gets the star-treatment with luxurious casting and excellent videography.
Fellini’s minor film, Il bidone, gets a beautiful new transfer to Blu-ray from Eureka’s Masters of Cinema and an opportunity for a reexamination.