Home > CRITERION / COHEN COLLECTIONS >

Something Wild (The Criterion Collection)(Blu-ray)(Region A)

Something Wild (The Criterion Collection)(1961) Blu-ray
 
Price: $51.99


AVAILABILITY: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Business Days
Qty:

DESCRIPTION REGION CODING / SHIPPING
 
Something Wild Blu-ray
The Criterion Collection
Criterion | 1961 | 113 min | Not rated | Jan 17, 2017

Discs
Blu-ray Disc
Single disc (1 BD-50)
UPC 715515191210

DRAMA

Something Wild (The Criterion Collection)(1961) Blu-ray

A young rape victim tries desperately to pick up the pieces of her life, only to find herself at the mercy of a would-be rescuer.

Director: Jack Garfein
Writer: Jack Garfein
Starring: Carroll Baker, Ralph Meeker, Mildred Dunnock, Jean Stapleton, Martin Kosleck, Charles Watts


Something Wild

Synopsis: A complex exploration of the physical and emotional effects of trauma, Something Wild stars Carroll Baker, in a layered performance, as a college student who attempts suicide after a brutal sexual assault but is stopped by a mechanic played by Ralph Meeker—whose kindness, however, soon takes an unsettling turn. Startlingly modern in its frankness and psychological realism, the film represents one of the purest on-screen expressions of the sensibility of the intimate community of artists around New York's Actors Studio, which transformed American cinema in the mid-twentieth century. With astonishing location and claustrophobic interior photography by Eugene Schüfftan, an opening-title sequence by the inimitable Saul Bass, and a rhythmic score by Aaron Copland, this film by Jack Garfein is a masterwork of independent cinema.

Special Features:
- New, restored 2K digital transfer, supervised by director Jack Garfein, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray
- New conversation between Garfein and critic Kim Morgan
- New interview with actor Carroll Baker
- New interview with scholar Foster Hirsch on the Actors Studio's cinematic legacy
- Master Class with Jack Garfein, a 2015 recording of one of the director's world-famous lectures on acting technique
- PLUS: An essay by critic Sheila O'Malley

STREET DATE: JANUARY 17.

Share your knowledge of this product with other customers... Be the first to write a review