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Criterion Announcements - December 2013

While December is sometimes known for being a weaker month for Criterion features (well only among you insane collectors out there), I think it is a decent month. My favorite Robert Altman Nashville is now among the collection. Elio Petri's Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion is the director's first in Criterion. But a set I am really excited for is Martin Scorseses World Cinema Project which includes films from the following countries: Bangladesh/India (A River Called Titas), Mexico (Redes), Morocco (Trances), Senegal (Touki bouki), South Korea (The Housemaid), and Turkey (Dry Summer). I am pretty happy we are getting our second South Korean feature, but I've been wanting to watch Touki Bouki for quite a while as well.

There will also be a upgrade to blu-ray for Grey Gardens for those who like to collect cat food cans.

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