The electric filmmaking genius John Cassavetes and his brilliant wife and collaborator Gena Rowlands give luminous, fragile performances as two closely bound, emotionally wounded souls who reunite after years apart. Exhilarating and risky, mixing sober realism with surreal flourishes, Love Streams is a remarkable film that comes at the viewer in a torrent of beautiful, erratic feeling. This inquiry into the nature of love in all its forms was Cassavetes's last truly personal work.
New audio commentary featuring writer Michael Ventura
New video essay on actor Gena Rowlands by film critic Sheila O'Malley
New interviews with executive producer and director of photography Al Ruban and actor Diahnne Abbott
Interview from 2008 with actor Seymour Cassel
"I'm Almost Not Crazy . . ."-John Cassavetes: The Man and His Work (1984), a sixty-minute documentary by Ventura on the making of Love Streams