I'm not sure if this release has anything to do with Jane Fonda coming back to the spotlight, but I'm so thrilled by it. This movie is one of my all-time favourites, and people who know me teases me saying this is "the greatest movie ever made". Of course it is not, but there was a time when I thought there wasn't a movie so subtle, deep and poetic as Julia. I also use to laugh about some comments made at the time of its original release. "Two commies girls in the sack" or something like that. That someone was able to turn a sensitive and highly moral story about a friendship between two active women to such a tagline is insulting yet soooo funny. It got me interested in the book Pentiment by Lillian Hellman and although there are people that thinks all that she says in that autobiography is a lie, it makes for good fiction. Is it a barebones edition?. I'd like to hear a commentary by Fonda and Redgrave and a making of doc would be nice too.