Includes an extensive 72-minute making-of featurette (segmented into three production stages); audio commentary by director/producer Ridley Scott, writer Nicholas Griffin, and writer/producer Ted Griffin; the theatrical trailer. Also available in an edition that adds a CD soundtrack.
DVD General Information
Warner Home Video
Thematic elements, violence, some sexual content and language
Also available in an edition that adds a CD soundtrack, as well as in a 1.33:1 (4:3) full screen version.
Roy Waller (Cage) and his partner Frank (Rockwell) are professional swindlers who talk people out of giving them their hard earned cash. However, Roy is agoraphobic, neurotic, and compulsive, and his psychological problems are getting the better of him. When he discusses his troubles with his doctor, Roy is forced to face his past mistakes; mainly the fact that he left behind a child. After meeting his daughter Angela (Lohman) Roy
The anamorphically enhanced 2.40:1-framed DVD picture looks great, with images that are sharp, and with impressively rendered textures and details like facial features, clothing, and even stucco. The picture is quite stylish, with creative use of color that can be naturally balanced, or monochromatic for effect. Contrast and shadow delineation are excellent, further complementing the pleasing picture. Pixelization and edge enhancement are very minor offenders with this picture and really don
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