Criterion has disabled the fast forward, rewind, frame-by-frame advance, AND the restart at stop features on this DVD. The ONLY way to advance through the movie without having to sit through the entire movie is to use the chapter stops. Apparently, this was done at the director Roman Polanski's request. What business is it of Criterion to dictate to me how I should or should not watch a movie? Polanski is entitled to his opinion and preference on how to view this movie but to have it IMPOSED on me? I am absolutely shocked. In the a future where books are digital, will authors dictate that I shall not be allowed to jump to the end? I am absolutely amazed that a company apparently regards me as unfit to choose. If Criterion wants it known how Polanski prefers people to watch the movie, why doesn't it put a note before the movie urging people to watch it that way? But to force me to? The contempt for the moviewatcher underlying this DVD just floors me.