DAMSELS IN DISTRESS (2012)
In the latest bit of chatty comic affectation from Whit Stillman (“Metropolitan”), retro Greta Gerwig is part of a coed group trying to steer girls on a path to fulfilling relationships. Gerwig’s “Lola Versus” is also newly available. Extras: Commentary; Q&A. (Sony, $30.99; Blu-ray, $35.99)
EATING RAOUL (1982)
What to do about “pervert” neighbors?
Or about getting a restaurant going?
Mary Woronov and Paul Bartel kill two birds with one stone — make that several swingers with one skillet — in Bartel’s cult comedy. Extras: New retrospective with Woronov; vintage Bartel shorts. (Criterion, $29.95; Blu-ray, $39.95)
Audrey Tautou tries for more “Amélie” whimsy with the story of a woman who figures she’s finis with love after her husband’s untimely death, only to find unlikely new romance with shlubby François Damiens. (Cohen Media Group, $24.98; Blu-ray, $34.98)
THE MAN FROM BEIJING (2011)
A murder investigation leads from Sweden to China in the latest from author Henning Mankell (“Wallander”). With Michael Nyqvist (“The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”). (Music Box Films, $24.95)
BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS — PART 1 (2012)
Animators tackle writer-artist Frank Miller’s seminal Batman tale, a notable influence on Christopher Nolan’s trilogy.
(Warner, $19.98; Blu-ray, $24.98)
CSI: THE TWELFTH SEASON (2011-12)
Get the procedural team’s take on life with Ted Danson and Elisabeth Shue in commentary. “CSI: Miami” signs off in a companion release. (Paramount, $68.99)