John Schlesinger followed his X-rated (at the time of its release) "Midnight Cowboy" with "Sunday Bloody Sunday," a film no less ahead of its time. A deeply personal take on love and sex, "Sunday Bloody Sunday" centers on two Londoners -- a middle-aged doctor (Peter Finch) and a divorcee (Glenda Jackson) -- who are sleeping with the same man (Murray Head). The Criterion Collection debuts the film on Blu-ray in a new, restored, high-definition transfer, supervised by director of photography Billy Williams.
Extras: New video interviews with Head, Williams and production designer Luciana Arrighi; illustrated 1975 audio interview with Schlesinger; new interview with writer William J. Mann ("Edge of Midnight: The Life of John Schlesinger") about the making of "Sunday Bloody Sunday"; new interview with photographer Michael Childers, Schlesinger’s longtime partner; trailer; and a booklet featuring a new essay and screenwriter Penelope Gilliatt’s 1971 introduction to the film’s screenplay.
READ MORE: Steven Soderbergh on 'Haywire,' 'Magic Mike' and Why He's Given Up on 'Serious Movies'
Extras: Included on the DVD release is the "Backstage on Magic Mike" featurette. The Blu-ray/DVD Combo release also includes extended dance scenes and a Dance Play mode that allows you to play all the dance sequences back to back. Yeah, you heard that right.