One of the most influential and iconoclastic figures of the 20th century, French philosopher, and father of "deconstruction," Jacques Derrida has single-handedly altered the way we look at history, language, art, and film. In the spirit of Derrida's work, the acclaimed filmmakers of Sick: The Life And Death Of Bob Flanagan, Supermasochist have created an innovative and entertaining portrait by questioning the very concept of biography itself. Featuring a mesmerizing score by Oscar-winning composer Ruuichi Sakamoto (The Last Emperor), Derrida is a playful and provocative glimpse at a visionary thinker as he ruminates on everything from Seinfeld to the sex lives of the ancient philosophers. DVD extras include almost one hour of exclusive interviews with Derrida, audio commentary by the filmmakers, deleted scenes, and Derrida on Derrida (a Q & A with Derrida at the New York premiere). Eighty-five absolutely first-rate minutes, in English and French, with English subtitles.