Nearly 100 years after the film was made, the epic French silent drama La Roue has finally been released on Blu-ray. This version, almost 7 hours long, closely-resembles the early-1924 cinematic experience. Without the detective work done for the 2008 DVD (nearly 4½ hours long), it is unlikely that the longer Blu-ray would have come to fruition. This review is both a plea to the powers that be in France to produce a similar set in English, and a comparison of the 2020 Blu-ray to the shorter 2008 DVD. This overview is a companion to my LA ROUE Screenshots supplementary page.