P. Burrows claims the hospital scene with the Michael Jackson line is missing from this edition. Not so. I just watched the whole set again last night and can confirm the scene is included.
This is not an inexpensive set of films, but the cost is well worth it. Clarke has an unadorned, direct, unsentimental approach to the subject matter which makes for quite an impact. For example, in ELEPHANT there are only a few words spoken, there's no musical score, no slick sound effects, no glamour to the violence; the camera simply and fluidly follows the separatist assassins as they sidle up to their victims and carry out their executions with a disturbing casualness and lack of emotion. Then the grisly aftermath is witnessed by the camera with a cold, static stare.
It makes one feel like one's been punched in the stomach; the sensation is unshakable.