The first cut actually seemed pretty good but who's going to complain about getting more of a Stanley Kubrick film?

In a story from The Digital Bits, Warner Bros. Eyes Wide Shut: Two Disc Special Edition will contain "both the R and Unrated version of the film via seamless branching."

Synopsis:

The final work of legendary director Stanley Kubrick, who died within a week of completing the edit, stars Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, at the time Hollywood's most bankable celebrity couple, and was shot on a open-ended schedule (finally totaling over 400 days), with closed sets in London standing in for New York City. Cruise and Kidman play William and Alice Harford, a physician and a gallery manager who are wealthy, successful, and travel in a sophisticated social circle; however, a certain amount of decadence crosses their paths on occasion, and a visit to a formal-dress party leads them into sexual temptation when William is drafted into helping a beautiful girl who has overdosed on drugs while Alice is charmed by a man bent on seduction. While neither William and Alice act on their adulterous impulses, once the issue has been brought into the open, it begins a dangerous season of erotic gamesmanship for the couple, with William in particular openly confronting his desire for new sexual experiences.

DVD Features:

- 3-part Documentary "The Last Movie: Stanley Kubrick and Eyes Wide Shut"

- "Lost Kubrick: The Unfinished Films of Stanley Kubrick" Featurette

- Interview gallery featuring Steven Spielberg, Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise

- Kubrick's 1998 D.G.A. D.W. Griffith Award acceptance speech

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