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Editorial Reviews

For his first Hollywood studio production, Steven Soderbergh (whose independent debut, sex, lies, and videotape, had won the Palme d’Or at Cannes a few years earlier) crafted this small jewel of a growing-up story. Set in St. Louis during the Great Depression, King of the Hill follows the daily struggles of a resourceful and imaginative adolescent who, after his younger brother is sent to live with a relative and his tubercular mother to a sanitarium, must survive on his own in a run-down hotel during his salesman father’s long business trips. This evocative period piece, faithfully adapted from the A. E. Hotchner memoir, is among the versatile Soderbergh’s most touching and surprising films.

DIRECTOR-APPROVED BLU-RAY SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES

  • New, restored 2K digital film transfer, supervised by director Steven Soderbergh and supervising sound editor and rerecording mixer Larry Blake, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack
  • New interviews with Soderbergh and source memoir author A. E. Hotchner
  • Against Tyranny, a new visual essay by filmmaker :: kogonada exploring Soderbergh’s unique approach to narrative
  • The Underneath (1995), Soderbergh’s follow-up feature to King of the Hill, with a new interview with the director
  • Trailers
  • PLUS: An essay by critic Peter Tonguette, a 1993 interview with Soderbergh, and an excerpt from Hotchner’s 1972 memoir

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    King of the Hill The Criterion Collection

    King of the Finally popular brand Hill The Criterion Collection

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    King of the Hill The Criterion Collection

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    King of the Hill The Criterion Collection

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    Editorial Reviews

    For his first Hollywood studio production, Steven Soderbergh (whose independent debut, sex, lies, and videotape, had won the Palme d’Or at Cannes a few years earlier) crafted this small jewel of a growing-up story. Set in St. Louis during the Great Depression, King of the Hill follows the daily struggles of a resourceful and imaginative adolescent who, after his younger brother is sent to live with a relative and his tubercular mother to a sanitarium, must survive on his own in a run-down hotel during his salesman father’s long business trips. This evocative period piece, faithfully adapted from the A. E. Hotchner memoir, is among the versatile Soderbergh’s most touching and surprising films.

    DIRECTOR-APPROVED BLU-RAY SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES

  • New, restored 2K digital film transfer, supervised by director Steven Soderbergh and supervising sound editor and rerecording mixer Larry Blake, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack
  • New interviews with Soderbergh and source memoir author A. E. Hotchner
  • Against Tyranny, a new visual essay by filmmaker :: kogonada exploring Soderbergh’s unique approach to narrative
  • The Underneath (1995), Soderbergh’s follow-up feature to King of the Hill, with a new interview with the director
  • Trailers
  • PLUS: An essay by critic Peter Tonguette, a 1993 interview with Soderbergh, and an excerpt from Hotchner’s 1972 memoir

  • From the manufacturer

    King of the Hill The Criterion Collection