‘Something Wild’ (1961) (Criterion Collection) – Blu-ray Review
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When it comes to the film’s audio, a uncompressed monaural track is the only option on the film’s Blu-ray. For a film that for such a large portion doesn’t rely on dialogue, it’s the score of Aaron Copland that really shines and carries its weight. Very much a score of its time, Criterion does a great job of transferring the film’s audio track to Blu-ray. Very loud and oftentimes heavy on percussion, Copland’s score, while sometimes overpowering in its inherent nature, always works. No hissing or popping was apparent on my watch through, and everything sounded very clean.
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In my review I mentioned how the film came off like an independent picture, and in a great new 15-minute audio interview with Baker, she speaks about just that. Only a portion of the interview focuses on Something Wild, while much of it looks at her career as an actress before the film.
In the great one on one interview with director Jack Garfein gives incredibly engaging anecdotes about his early life at the Actor’s Studio with some of the soon-to-be incredibly influential talents. What might need the most fascinating part of this interview is his relating to the main character of the film in a way that he didn’t realize until much later on on his life, and him using a story of his old clothes that he brought back with him when the World War 2 ended.
A fold out with an essay from Kim Morgan, who conducted the aforementioned one-on-ones interview is included. Finally, there are a couple of other great extras, including something most of us will never get to see: a class taught by Garefin. There’s also another interview with scholar Foster Hirsch, as he discusses the Actors Studio. It’s always great when Criterion has the the chance to speak with the filmmakers whose with they so caught restored, made even more impressive when they are from from decades ago. This aspect just elevates an even greater Blu-ray set.
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More so than anything, Something Wild is a sad film, and it’s ending is arguably the saddest part of it. People will look at it in different ways, and it’s entirely possibly people will disagree with me, especially after hearing Garefin’s thoughts on the ending. The Criterion Collection have put together another tremendous package for what is an overlooked gem. Audio and video presentations are stellar for this 1961 film, and Criterion’s plethora of extras provide the movie with a release it truly deserves.
أربح أموال إضافية من المنزل Video Quality: A
Audio Quality: A-
Special Features: A-
Overall Blu-ray: A-