Such Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger films as The Red Shoes and Black Narcissus may have bigger name recognition, but the delightful I Know Where I'm Going has an unusually devoted cult following. Thankfully, this exceptionally fine Criterion Collection DVD is perfect for devotees of the movie and to those who have yet to discover the film. Because of I Know Where I'm Going's cultural and artistic importance to the U.K., the British Film Institute restored both the original film print and its audio track to pristine condition. The movie was shot in the 1.33:1 format that fits a normal TV, while the audio track has been updated to Dolby Digital 2.0. The DVD extras are numerous. Featured here is a rather arty documentary on the movie that is miles better than most slapdash DVD featurettes. Powell fanatic Martin Scorsese appears in the documentary and is only one of the people who discusses why this little movie means so much to so many people. Scorsese's editor Thelma Schoonmaker, who was married to Powell, narrates the wonderful home movies that are included on the DVD. Writer Nancy Franklin provides a photo essay on the Scottish locations used in the films. There are also excerpts from two Powell documentaries on the region, as well as an audio essay from critic Ian Christie. The Criterion Collection once again outdoes the major film companies in releasing a definitive DVD release of a classic movie. I Know Where I'm Going deserves such loving treatment.