This finally arrived the other day and I watched it last night. It's the first time I've seen it in it's proper framing since college days. Anyone interested in the nature and possibilities of film including it's role as an entertainment needs to see this. The Mike Figgis interview extra is one of the best interview extras I've seen and is a must (both for those who want Godard explained and those who don't!). There's also an interview with cinematographer Raoul Coutard that provides a fascinating context for the making of the film. This more than any other of his films represents for me what I like about Godard (that's to say besides the subject of the satire, which I also enjoy and is part and parcel of the whole to an extent, but it's his approach that makes this one of those rare films that is testimony of why film matters.) It's on a region 2 Artificial Eye PAL dvd. It's worthy of a Criterion special edition tag, though not priced as such.