In an apparently idyllic 17th century Wiltshire, an ambitious draughtsman is commissioned by the wife of an aristocrat to produce twelve drawings of her husband’s estate and negotiates terms to include sexual favours from his employer. But when a corpse is dragged from the moat, the draughtsman’s drawings may reveal more than he realised.
Extravagant costumes, a twisting plot, elegantly barbed dialogue and a mesmerising score by Michael Nyman make the film a treat for ear, eye and mind. Now newly remastered in 4K (from the original Super 16mm Eastmancolor negative and magnetic track master) by the BFI National Archive, experience Peter Greenaway’s intoxicating vision like never before.
- Newly remastered by the BFI National Archive
- Limited edition 2-disc set
- The Greenaway Alphabet (2017, 68 mins): an intimate portrait of painter and filmmaker Peter Greenaway, directed by his wife Saskia Boddeke. Together with his daughter Pip, Greenaway formulates an alphabet that represents his personality and thoughts about art and life
- H Is for House (1973, 10 mins): experimental short film by Peter Greenaway
- Audio commentary by Peter Greenaway
- Introduction by Peter Greenaway
- Interview with Michael Nyman
- Behind-the-scenes footage
- Deleted scenes
- Stills gallery
- Newly created audio description track
- Other extras TBC
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