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I am very unhappy with this purchase although I highly recommend the program.
If you want to know which films influenced cinema giant Scorsese, as well as hear him explain it in his own words, then you'll love these DVDs.
The original release of this DVD had part 1 and 2 on both sides of the disc, so the menu says to 'flip over the disc for part 2'.
This is a perfect film about film in America. What started film and how film has progressed over time. And who better to tell us of this then Martin Scorsese. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
EDIT: I wrote customer service about the problems this set has and they refunded my purchase despite being a few days past the deadline. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kevin Beissel
If you want to know which films influenced cinema giant Scorsese, as well as hear him explain it in his own words, then you'll love these DVDs.Published 9 months ago by The Dude
Three discs for no reason, this is a tv series done with some good insights, but I feel the production was just okay. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jimmy Palmiotti
A wonderful, in depth review of American film, written and narrated by Martin Scorsese. Disc one was my favorite, the most intriguing of the three. Read morePublished 12 months ago by JM Blackie
This DVD was totally enjoyable. Martin Scorsese sharing his passion for movies and talking about the point that he felt it was time to jump in and start directing. Read morePublished 20 months ago by William E. Bradley
I thought other reviewers had just had bad luck with this set. NOPE! My second disc (part2) is screwed up in several places not the least of which is 5 missing minutes toward the... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Trying To Help
I remembered finding this quite interesting, like film class standard, back in the late 90s. However, now owing it, it's really only somewhat interesting, at best. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Red Wood