Yes, the collection of quintessential films from Coppola. Apocalypse Now and Apocalypse Now Redux need no further comment. The Conversation, a more obscure film than Apocalypse Now, is fabulous. Gene Hackman reprised a similar type of shadowy surveillance character in Enemy of the State. The Conversation may have influeced casting Hackman into the role he had in Enemy of the State. Tetro, as good as it is, may not be in a genre for everyone. One from the Heart, I believe, is underrated. You can puruse better reviews about them than I can write here on Wikipedia and Rotten Tomatoes. The collection is in a Blu-Ray blue plastic jewel case not much thicker than a standard sized one. It contains four Blu-Ray disks on two double-disk hinged panels in the case. Disks are not stacked on each other directly or offset as is done in other packaging. A nice touch. Apocalypse Now and Apocalypse Now Redux are both on one Blu-Ray -- it has plenty of room for both of them with no difficulty. The others three films are on their own individual Blu-Ray disks.