Jubilee? I never heard of that Jarman-movie before, but I loved Sebastiane, Edward II and Caravaggio, well, and I haven't been disappointed.
It's wild and beautiful, and some scenes (Jordan's interpretation of "Rule Britannia", the club-scene in Westminster-cathedral etc.etc. !!!) are simply miraculous.
See it, and you will find one of the important sources where the imagery of so many films of the 80's and 90's derive from, even if such a bizarre, tasteful punk-poetry like in "Jubilee" rarely has been attained since.
It's a highly elegic and even moral movie, Jarman sadly glances at our time, and one has to admit that many things have gone quite accurately in the direction Jarman predicted in 1978.
After having seen so many un-modern movies (i.e. neo-monumental, neo-melodramatic, neo-hyperrealistic films) in the last decade, watching "Jubilee" is like diving in fresh, cool water after a long walk in the desert.
By the way, Criterion did, as usual, a fine job; don't miss the excellent documentary!!!