One of the great injustices of Academy Award history is Gary Oldman's thirty year stint without a nomination. Last year, Oldman starred in Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, Tomas Alfredson's classy espionage thriller, which earned the actor his first ever Oscar nod. Although Oldman did not take an award home this year, he and the movie remain one of the most celebrated and intellectual pieces of cinema to come out of 2011.
In the below video from the Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy Blu-ray, now available, Oldman discusses (in the classiest way imaginable) how much he appreciated working on the movie and how impressed he was by director Alfredson. This clip alone is enough to make the Blu-ray worth checking out; listening to Oldman talk is like the world's best audio-therapy machine.