Steven Soderbergh's remarkably assured, disarmingly frank debut, a gamechanger for American independent film. With his provocative feature debut, twentysixyearold Steven Soderbergh trained his focus on the complexities of human intimacy and deception in the modern age. Housewife Ann (Andie MacDowell) feels distant from her lawyer husband, John (Peter Gallagher),who is sleeping with her sister (Pretty Woman's Laura San Giacomo). When John's old friend Graham (a magnetic, Cannesawardwinning James Spader) comes to town, Ann is drawn to the softspoken outsider,... eventually uncovering his startling private obsession: videotaping women as they confess their deepest desires. A piercingly intelligent and flawlessly performed chamber piece, in which the video camera becomes a charged metaphor for the characters' isolation, the Palme d'Orwinning sex, lies, and videotape changed the landscape of American film, helping pave the way for the thriving independent scene of the 1990s. Features: New, restored 4K digital transfer, supervised by director Steven Soderbergh, with 5.1 surround DTSHD Master Audio soundtrack Audio commentary from 1998 featuring director Steven Soderbergh in conversation with filmmaker Neil LaBute New programme by Soderbergh, featuring responses to questions sent in by fans Interviews with Soderbergh from 1990 and 1992 New documentary about the making of the film featuring actors Peter Gallagher, Andie MacDowell, and Laura San Giacomo New conversation with composer Cliff Martinez and supervising sound editor Larry Blake Deleted scene with commentary by Soderbergh Trailers PLUS: An essay by critic Amy Taubin and excerpts from Soderbergh's diaries written at the time of the film's production [show more]
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