The Seventh Seal - Non-anamorphic, 1.33, mono, optional English subtitles. Great transfer, sharp contrast, crisp black and white. DVD contains a Peter Cowie commentary, illustrated filmography and restoration demonstration. Not my favorite Bergman film, but a good introduction to his work. Highly recommended.
Vive l'Amour - OAR presentation (1.66), non-removeable subtitles, very good color, contrast and detail, although interior shots seem a little dark (ignore earlier comment on color), very good print (only occasional specks and scratches). Recommended.
Red Desert - Original print is in good to very good condition (a fair amount of specks and scratches, but not overly distracting), OAR presentation (1.85), non anamorphic, transfer is very good, colors are warm and true, very good detail and contrast. As I mentioned earlier, I don't understand the reason for the poor reviews. The only thing that I can see is that the reviewers saw the sooty, ash covered landscape (especially near the refinery) as a lack of detail or color. Great film and highly recommended DVD (and an infinitely better introduction to Antonioni's oeuvre on DVD than the regrettable "Beyond the Clouds").
The Passion of Joan of Arc - Non-anamorphic, 1.33. The DVD also contains a commentary by Caspar Tybjerg, an audio interview (off camera) with Falconetti's daughter (Helene Falconetti), a history of the turbulent events that ultimate destroyed the original negatives of the film. Highly recommended, one of the best film DVDs available on Region 1.
Cleo from 5 to 7 - Non-anamorphic, OAR presentation (1.66), excellent detail. Story is lighter and more innovative camerawork than the harrowing, cinema verite style of "Vagabond". Highly recommended for fans of nouvelle vague or Agnes Varda. However, I would recommend "Vagabond" first as an introduction to Varda. There is also a cool cameo with Michel Legrand, composer of the music to "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg", which was directed by Varda's husband, Jacques Demy.