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À propos de Nice, 1930, 23 min, B&W, Silent, 1.33:1
Taris, 1931, 9 min, B&W, Mono, In French with English subtitles, 1.19:1
Zéro de conduite, 1933, 44 min, B&W, Mono, In French with English subtitles
L’Atalante, 1934, 85 min, B&W, Mono, In French with English subtitles, 1.33:1
This was a great inclusion to your canon.
Still, these films seem so fresh, so radical in their content that they could be a documentary filmed today exposing inequalities and asking many difficult questions.
The Criterion Collection set is very nicely done, with high quality transfers and a host of additional background information of the films and filmmaker.
And frankly, L'Atalante and Zero de Conduite would have been worth the price of the set by themselves. Read morePublished 19 months ago by C. Hyatt
This item is used, but like new. The price was also reasonable for a Criterion Collection Blu-ray. Thank you for this great product!Published 23 months ago by Tameka J. Taylor
Jean Vigo made only 200 minutes of feature films in his short lifetime (he died at 28 or 29) -- some of the finest minutes in the history of cinema. Read morePublished on March 22, 2013 by Alan Fischer
I have seen thousands of movies. This collection is one of the few I give a full five star rating. I did so with full recognition of a biased objectivity. Read morePublished on December 20, 2012 by Frank P
Amazing. For the first time I feel like I've really seen L'Atalante, and I've seen projected prints. Both the films and the technical quality of this blu-ray are superior. Read morePublished on August 24, 2012 by Ken Volok
Accessing Vigo's works has been a challenge until Criterion recently issued this 2 disc set. The image and sound quality has been restored as well as they can be. Read morePublished on February 27, 2012 by Richard M. Sola
This terrific collection, put together with care and attentiveness by Criterion, is a must for any cinephile. Read morePublished on February 22, 2012 by M. Dubitzky
Not any great art here. The shameless hype in the advertising notes won't make the films watchable. Like an elementary school kid's first attempt with a camera. Read morePublished on February 8, 2012 by Jack Bert