Special features include commentary with Director Neil Armfield and Writer Luke Davies, a 2-1/2-minute Writing On The Wall featurette, a nine-minute behind-the-scenes segment (Candy: The Path To Wild Abandon), the theatrical trailer, and previews.
DVD General Information
For pervasive depiction of drug addiction, disturbing images, language, sexual content, and nudity
Dan (Ledger) and candy (Cornish) are a young Aussie couple in love, who pretty much want the same things as any other couple, including children. However, unlike most couples, they are both drug-addicted, and this all-consuming demon sends their lives spiraling into a deep and dark, and seemingly bottomless, abyss. Prostitution, thievery, lies, deception, and a miscarriage litter their days and nights, and wreak havoc on those who love them most. Hard to watch, powerful and moving. Based on the novel by Luke Davies. (Jack Kelley)
With a washed-out, undersaturated appearance, the anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD can look bleak and poorly defined, strikingly similar to the couple
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