Easily one of the greatest films ever made, with a crazed Colonel Nicholson believing he's building a bridge that will stand for his country's pride, but committing treason in the process.
A truly remarkable transfer, loaded with lush detail, superlative black levels, rich color, and barely an ounce of damage. Compression is visible at times, but typically resolves the grain structure.
Crisp audio that makes the score seem modern, and the dialogue like it's right there with you. A natural stereo split is evident, if not too powerful, while the surrounds are left alone, a benefit.
A great documentary, some unique featurettes, appreciation, and pop-up trivia track are included.