- SKU: 13311999
- Release Date: 04/01/2003
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- Theatrical trailer
- "John Osborne and Luther," an essay by Michael Feingold, Chief Theatre Critic, The Village Voice
- The AFT cinebill for Luther
- Stills gallery
- An interview with Edie Landau, Executive in Charge, The American Film Theatre
- "Ely Landau: In Front of the Camera" - AFT promotion reel (1974)
- The American Film Theatre trailer gallery - includes a complete list of the AFT films
- The American Film Theatre Scrapbook
- Enhanced for 16 x 9 TVs
Adapted for the screen by Edward Anhalt from the play by John Osborne, Luther stars Stacy Keach as religious leader and "heretic" Martin Luther. In minimalist fashion, the film traces Luther's disillusionment with the Catholic Church, and his eventual spearheading of the Reformation movement. Over the course of the film, Keach ages from an ingenuous seminarian to a disgruntled, middle-aged firebrand. Director Guy Green does little to cinematize the material, instead favoring a theatrical approach and thus allowing the rich dialogue to be better appreciated. Luther was a production of the American Film Theatre. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Bruce Carstairs - Duke of Saxony
- John Gielgud
- Malcolm Stoddard - Emperor Charles V
- Alan Badel - Cardinal Thomas de Vio
- Stacy Keach - Martin Luther