After being frustratingly out of print for the better part of this decade, Jack Cardiff's wonderfully evocative and sometimes surreal Girl on a Motorcycle has thankfully been re-released by Redemption on DVD. Of the film's many pleasures, perhaps my favorite is its absolute adoration of the extraordinarily beautiful faces of its stars Marianne Faithfull and Alain Delon. Faithfull and Delon were both at the peak of their physical beauty in 1968 and Cardiff and co-cinematographer René Guissasrt capture them incredibly well. As a tribute to the film, Cardiff, his two stars and Redemption's new DVD here is a visual tribute featuring fifty stills I have captured from the new disc...surely one of the most aesthetically pleasing posts I have presented here. Enjoy and seek out the film if you haven't seen it. Also, may I please recommend Kimberly Lindberg's wonderful articles on the film at Cinebeats for fellow fans.