- SKU: 20703872
- Release Date: 12/11/2012
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- New, restored digital transfer, supervised by director Christopher Nolan
- New 5.1 surround mix by rerecording mixer Gary Rizzo
- Audio commentary by Nolan
- New interview with Nolan
- Chronological edit of the film
- Side-by-side comparison of the shooting script with three scenes from the film
- Doodlebug (1997), a three-minute film by Nolan, starring Following's Jeremy Theobald
- PLUS: an essay by film critic and programmer Scott Foundas
Christopher Nolan made his feature directorial debut with this 16mm black-and-white British suspense drama, shot on weekends with a $6,000 budget. Wannabe writer Bill, aka "The Young Man" (Jeremy Theobald), is "between jobs," living in impoverished circumstances with no prospects, plots, or outlines. Desperate for ideas, he begins following people in the street to "gather material," more accurately described as a venture into voyeurism. When Cobb (Alex Haw) realizes he's being followed, he confronts Bill. Cobb explains that he goes one step further -- entering people's apartments not only for theft but also to spy on private possessions. The notion of illegal intrusions excites Bill, but graduating to the next plateau beyond break-ins sets him up as a fall guy. Shown at the 1998 San Francisco Film Festival. ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Alex Haw - Cobb
- Lucy Russell - The Blonde
- John Nolan - The Policeman
- Jennifer Angel