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Disc 1: Theatrical Cut Widescreen Feature Director's Extended Cut Widescreen Feature with added scenes from Barbra's Archives An Introduction by Barbra Streisand Commentary with Barbra Streisand and Rusty Lemorande Deleted Scenes
Disc 2: Special Features with Materials from Barbra's Archives An Introduction by Barbra Streisand The Director's Reel The Rehearsal Process with Materials from Barbra's Archives An Introduction by Barbra Streisand “Where is it Written?“ Original Rehearsal Concept “Where is it Written?“ Rehearsal/Feature Comparison “No Wonder - Reprise“ Pre-Rehearsal/Feature Comparison “Tomorrow Night“ Pre-Rehearsal Concept “Tomorrow Night“ Pre-Rehearsal/Feature Comparison “Will Someone Ever Look at Me That Way?“ Rehearsal/Feature Comparison “The Moon and I“ Deleted Song Storyboard Sequence “Several Sins a Day“ Deleted Song Storyboard Sequence Barbra's 8mm Concept Film Play with Narration / Play without Narration My Wonderful Cast and Crew Production Stills Gallery Portraits Stills Gallery Behind the Scenes Stills Gallery The Recording Studio Stills Gallery Teaser Trailer Theatrical Trail
Barbra Streisand made her directorial debut with this 1983 adaptation of the Isaac Bashevis Singer story about a young Eastern European woman Streisand who disguises herself as a male at the turn of the century in order to get an education. Except for an excessive musical score with too many songs and Streisand's tiresome tendency to play characters who suppress their beauty, the film is crisp and engaging, and the gender-bending love story complications are fun, if gimmicky. Streisand gives a smart, vulnerable performance and gets fresh work from costars Mandy Patinkin and Amy Irving. --Tom Keogh