Together for the first time and for the first time on DVD, THE FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL is a celebration of the films of celebrated director LUC BESSON. These four extraordinary films â€“ the landmark action/thriller LA FEMME NIKITA, the spellbinding underwater documentary ATLANTIS, the ultra-cool SUBWAY and the directorâ€™s haunting early work LE DERNIER COMBAT - from a visionary filmmaker are now available to collect in this great LIMITED EDITION 3-disc DVD set. Atlantis Atlantis is director Luc Besson's awe-inspiring celebration of the beauty of the world beneath the sea, expanding upon the themes touched on in his huge hit The Big Blue. Combining stunning underwater cinematography and a hypnotic score by Eric Serra, Besson's singular vision defies dialogue or narrative structure to explore ocean life as you've never seen it before. La Femme Nikita A beautiful junkie condemned to death for the murder of a policeman is given a chance to live - as a secret political assassin controlled by the government. Her lonely existence is warmed when she falls in love with a gentle, humorous man who knows nothing of her bizarre and mysterious life. Remade in the U.S. as POINT OF NO RETURN and in Hong Kong as BLACK CAT. It was also the basis for the popular US cable television series. Subway This strange combination of comedy, violence, fantasy, and suspense tells the story of Fred (Christopher Lamber), a safe cracker who is hiding in the dark tunnels of the Paris subway system after stealing documents from a shady businessman. There he meets a subterranean society of strange characters and small time crooks. He also finds love with Helena (Isabelle Adjani), robs a train, and starts a rock band. Director Besson went on to mainstream worldwide success with THE PROFESSIONAL and THE FIFTH ELEMENT. Le Dernier Combat Experience Luc Besson's dark vision of the future The Last Battle (Le Dernier Combat) - his cult classic of survival in a post-apocalyptic world. In a land populated with savages, living amongst the wreckage of a devastated civilisation, one man wages war against brutality and isolation. Strikingly filmed in black and white, and almost entirely without dialogue, Besson's first film presents in every detail a haunting premonition of a hostile tomorrow.