Special features include a 13-minute making-of featurette, a written statement by Director Cook, Shooting Livien original script DVD-ROM feature, and trailers for Swindled, Evilenko, Far Side Of The Moon, and The Ape.
After stripping down to only his socks in front of the mayor's wife at a wedding reception, bandmate Owen (Monaghan) and manager Brea (Sheedy) begin thinking Shooting Livien (Behr) may not be such a bad idea. But within his brilliant John Lennon-esque mind, lies a tortured soul fighting unseen childhood demons that threaten not only his well-being but also the future of the yet-named band. (Jack Kelley)
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD picture exhibits creative visuals and intriguing cinematography that is presented in both color and black-and-white. Scenes can utilize a soft focus at times or be virtually devoid of all color in some scenes, while others are nicely saturated. In addition to the unique visual style, the picture is also quite clean, with a high average bit rate and little in the way of distractions like pixelization or artifacts. (Suzanne Hodges)
While narration is recorded very well in the Dolby
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