Product DetailsSimone Signoret, Anton Walbrook, and Simone Simon lead a roundelay of French stars in Max Ophuls’s delightful, acerbic adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler’s controversial turn-of-the-century play Reigen. Soldiers, chambermaids, poets, prostitutes, aristocrats—all are on equal footing in this multicharacter merry-go-round of love and infidelity, directed with a sweeping gaiety as knowingly frivolous as it is enchanting, and shot with Ophuls’s trademark mellifluous cinematography.
Store CommentsSpecial Features New, restored high-definition digital transfer Audio commentary featuring film scholar Susan White, author of The Cinema of Max Ophuls Interview with Max Ophuls’s son, Academy Award–winning filmmaker Marcel Ophuls Interview with actor Daniel Gélin Interview with film scholar Alan Williams Correspondence between Sir Laurence Olivier and Heinrich Schnitzler (the playwright’s son), illustrating the controversy surrounding the source play New and improved English subtitle translation PLUS: A new essay by film critic Terrence Rafferty
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