Certain Women, David Lynch, Rebecca, the Vietnam War | Trailers: What's Coming on DVD/Blu-ray

Certain Women in Montana; growing up David Lynch; Téa Leoni as Madame Secretary; Ken Burns documents The Vietnam War; Du Maurier's 1940 novel, Rebecca; Sam Elliott was born to play The Hero

Certain Women. 107+ min. Kelly Reichardt, dist. by Criterion Collection. Sept. 2017. DVD ISBN 9781681433523. $29.95; Blu-ray ISBN 9781681433516. $39.95. DRAMA

Set in Montana, where women are subdued by the openness.

David Lynch: The Art of Life. 88+ min. Jon Nguyen & others, dist. by Criterion Collection. Sept. 2017. DVD ISBN 9781681433608. $19.95; Blu-ray ISBN 9781681433592. $29.95. FILM

Growing up Lynch.

Festival: Folk Music at Newport, 1963–1966. b/w. 97+ min. Murray Lerner, dist. by Criterion Collection. Sept. 2017. DVD ISBN 9781681433547. $29.95; Blu-ray ISBN 9781681433530. $39.95. MUSIC

Before Yasgur’s there was Newport.

The Hero. 93+ min. Brett Haley, dist. by Lionsgate/Orchard. Sept. 2017. DVD UPC 031398270270. $19.98; Blu-ray/Digital HD UPC 031398270300. $24.99. Rated: R. DRAMEDY

A role Sam Elliott was born to play.

Madam Secretary: Season Three. 16.5 hrs. dist. by Paramount. Sept. 2017. DVD UPC 032429278296. $36.99. TV/DRAMA

Téa Leoni in the hit CBS series.

The Piano Teacher. 2 discs. 130+ min. Michael Haneke, dist. by Criterion Collection. Sept. 2017. DVD ISBN 9781681433561. $29.95; 1-disc Blu-ray ISBN 9781681433554. $39.95. DRAMA

From 2001, a destructive bond.

Rebecca. 2 discs. b/w. 130+ min. Alfred Hitchcock, dist. by Criterion Collection. Sept. 2017. DVD ISBN 9781681433509. $29.95; Blu-ray ISBN 9781681433493. $39.95. DRAMA

Du Maurier’s novel, from 1940.

The Vietnam War. 10 discs. color & b/w. 18 hrs. Ken Burns & Lynn Novick, dist. by PBS. Sept. 2017. DVD UPC 841887033398. $99.99; Blu-ray UPC 841887033404. $129.99. HIST/TV

The divisive conflict from the ­documentary master.—Bette-Lee Fox

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