|aThe testament of Orpheus|h[videorecording] /|cJanus Films ; Home Vision Cinema ; Canal+ Image International ; Cineedis ; written and directed by Jean Cocteau.
|a1 videodisc (77 min.) :|bdigital ;|c4 3/4 in.
|aOriginally released as motion pictures in 1959.
|aIncludes: Ditigal transfer with restored sound, English subtitle translation, Villa Santo Sospir, a 16mm color films by Cocteau, a collection of Cocteau's writings on the film, a Cocteau bibliofilmography.
|aDirector of photography, Roland Pontoizeau; costumes and sculptures, Janine Janet; sets, Pierre Guffroy; editor, Marie-Jose?phe Yoyotte; music, George Auric.
|aJean Cocteau, Edouard Dermithe, Jean Marais, Maria Casares, Charles Aznavour, Yul Brynner, Franc?oise Christophe, Nicole Courcel.
|aIn the last installment of the Orphic Trilogy, an 18th century poet goes on a quest through time in search of divine wisdom, and in the process comes in contact with a series of phantom beings that bring about his death and resurrection.