On Tuesday Kino Lorber will release on Blu-ray Alberto Cavalcanti’s They Made Me a Fugitive, and I can only hope this signals at least a mini-flood of Cavalcanti titles from the company. Something like the dedication they show to Jean Rollin would be preferable, but really anything would be welcome. If Vernon Sewell can get two movies out there, Cavalcanti deserves at least that many. I don’t say this merely because They Made Me a Fugitive is very good, although it is. I say it because, in order to provide myself with some small amount of context in which to view They Made Me a Fugitive I watched another Cavalcanti film – Cavalcanti being completely new to me – called Went the Day Well?, which I knew to be beloved by Dennis Cozzalio, and that’s pretty much good enough for me. But Went the Day Well? blindsided me with its sheer and total and unavoidable greatness, so that Cavalcanti at once became a filmmaker whose work I was now greedy for.