While I'd argue Max Ophuls remains best known for films such as 'La Ronde', 'Lola Montes', 'The Earrings of Madame De', and 'Letter From an Unknown Woman', (all available on LD from Criterion; only 'Lola Montes' is available in R1 on DVD), Ophuls was evidently pegged as a noir director for most of his output for U.S. studios. One noir Ophuls directed in the U.S., 'The Reckless Moment' was recently remade as 'The Deep End', starring Tilda Swinton. I had hoped the remake might spur a release of Ophuls' original version on DVD. No such luck, yet; however, I did notice another noir Ophuls directed in the U.S., 'Caught', starring James Mason, Barbara Bel Geddes and Robert Ryan, is now available through Amazon's French store. Can any of our R2 members comment on the quality of the R2 DVD for 'Caught'?