Often imitated but never equaled this is a film that tackles the growing paranoia in our society over privacy with a power that makes it scary viewing every time you pop it in. Not bad considering it was made more than 35 years ago. The power of it simply can't be overstated. This is Coppola before he succumbed to grandiosity.You get a Francis Ford Coppola commentary, another commentary with legendary editor Walter Murch and a TON of new audio and video extras and carryover archival stuff. This is definitely the edition to own of this film. The Conversation won the Palme D'Or at Cannes and was nominated for three Academy Awards. The transfer here is absolutely stunning and big upgrade from the previous DVD edition.