Originally produced as a motion picture in France in 1928.
"The Cinémathèque française presents a film restored in 1985."
Optional soundtrack features Richard Einhorn's oratorio "Voices of light" inspired by the silent motion picture and performed by Anonymous 4, Susan Narucki, the Netherlands Radio Choir and the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic.
Special features: an extensive production design archive; Audio essay / Casper Tybjerg, a Dreyer scholar from the University of Copenhagen; a history of Passion's many versions, with clips; audio interview with Falconetti's daughter; an essay by Richard Einhorn on Joan of Arc and Voices of Light; Voices of Light libretto booklet, including the medieval texts used in Einhorn's composition.
Photography, Rudolph Maté; music, Richard Einhorn.
Renée Falconetti, Eugène Silvain, André Berley, Maurice Schutz, Antonin Artaud, Gilbert Dalleu, Jean d'Yd, Lois Ravet.
DVD format ; Dolby digital 5.1 ; (1.33:1).
Silent film with French intertitles, optional English subtitles and optional oratorio soundtrack sung in Latin and French.