This Bowie film has made CNN's top ten DVD's of 2003!
from the cnn article:
• "The Man Who Fell to Earth": Nicolas Roeg's cynical and compelling cult film from 1976 returned to DVD in a THX-stamped restoration. David Bowie, in his film debut, was 100 percent credible as an alien on a desperate mission to save his planet. Director Roeg toys with time in the same way that "Memento" did years later. The film is, by turns, creepy and cheesy, literate and vapid. Anchor Bay bills the film as uncensored, and indeed it is sexually charged.
"My body is a temple, not a living graveyard..."