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The Criterion Collection, A Continuing Series of Important Classic and Contemporary Films
Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburgers beloved classic A Canterbury Tale is a profoundly personal journey to Powells bucolic birthplace of Kent, England. Set amidst the tumult of the Second World War yet with a rhythm as delicate as a lullaby, the film follows three modern-day incarnations of Chaucers pilgrims a melancholy "landgirl," a plainspoken American GI, and a resourceful British sergeant - who are waylaid in the English countryside en route to the mythical town and forced to solve a bizarre village crime. Building to a majestic climax that ranks as one of the filmmaking duos finest achievements, the dazzling A Canterbury Tale has acquired a following passionate enough to qualify as pilgrims themselves.
|Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger
|Eric Portman, Shelia Sim, Dennis Price
|Engelska DD Mono
|Audio commentary by film historian Ian Christie
|Excerpts from the American version, with Kim Hunter
|New video interview with actress Sheila Sim
|A Pilgrim´s Return Trail, a new documentary visiting the film locations, by David Thompson
|Listen to Britian, a 2001 video-installation piece inspired by A Canterbury Tale, by artist Victor Burgin
|Listen to Britian, a 1942 documentary by Humphrey Jennings
|Plus: A Booklet Featuring Essays By Graham Fuller, Peter von Bagh, And Actor John Sweet