France 1774. Expelled from the puritanical court of Louis XVI, a group of aristocratic libertines pursue an ideal of enlightenment through the rejection of conventional morality. At a time when hypocrisy and false virtue reign, they seek a place to indulge their quest for pleasure, inhabiting a libidinous twilight world dedicated to realising unfulfilled desires.
Albert Serra’s explicit and opulent exploration of the limits of the erotic imagination is one of the most radical and subversive works of recent times, making Liberté a singular cinematic experience.
Presented in a stunning new director-approved HD-presentation of the complete uncut and uncensored version of the film, our region-free Blu-ray edition also features a new and exclusive filmed interview with Albert Serra, and introduction to the film by Serra - and a 24-page booklet with writing on the film by curator and author Jason Wood, and by film critic Manu Yáñez-Murillo.
• High Definition director-approved presentation of the complete uncut and uncensored version of the film.
• Introduction to the film by its director Albert Serra.
• An exclusive, newly-filmed interview with Albert Serra.
• Original theatrical trailer.
• 24-page booklet featuring a new essay by curator and author Jason Wood, and an interview with Albert Serra by film critic Manu Yáñez-Murillo.
• Original soundtrack 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio and 2.0 Stereo LPCM
• World premiere on Blu-ray.
• Region free Blu-ray (A/B/C)