Import Blu-ray/Region A+B pressing. All of the supplemental features on this disc are perfectly playable on Region-A PS3's and BR players. The supplemental features on the disc include a short introduction by Colin Maccabe; an audio commentary by French writer and film critic Jean-Bernard Pouy; the documentary feature "Godard, Love and Poetry"; the original French theatrical trailer for the film; German TV ad; and posters. The disc also arrives with a 20-page illustrated booklet. In French, with optional English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Japanese, Norwegian, and Swedish subtitles. French auteur Jean-Luc Godard continues his fascination with the crime genre with Pierrot Le Fou. Based on Lionel White's Obsession, the film is an example of a filmmaker's lack of preparation actually working to his benefit. Godard has said that he had no script on which to proceed, forcing him to make up the film as he went along. It is this seemingly improvised, brisk pacing that makes the film such a fresh and original twist on an oft-mimicked genre.