After a year and a half of patiently waiting, the North American release of Senna on Blu-ray has arrived. Fans could have purchased the Universal region free edition from Amazon.co.uk about a year ago but, if like me, you were expecting to get the 2 versions of the film on the North American release, you will be sadly disappointed. Mongrel Media has to be one of the worst distributors around. The interviews for this film were shot in HD. Why is it then that the most recent interviews with Ron Dennis, Richard Williams, etc., cut from the final edit and come as special features totalling an extra 56 minutes, are cropped to a 1:33 format with an image quality that resembles VHS? In the UK, there was a region 2 (PAL) edition that had a production notes book as well as both versions of the film that has been discontinued. If by any chance anyone knows Asif Kapadia, please let him know that the company distributing his film is not treating it with the respect it deserves. I know this will not happen, but I can only hope that they eventually re-release a collector's edition similar to that in the UK for a North American audience. Excellent film that has been poorly handled.