Special features include the 17-minute Behind The Scenes and 15-minute Behind The Journey Of Distribution featurettes, commentary by Director Alejandro G. Monteverde, the original theatrical trailer, a TV spot, a two-minute video Thank You list, Bella
Promising, up-and-coming soccer star Jose (Verastegui) is on his way to sign a multi-million dollar contract with a professional soccer team when he suffers a series of unfortunate events that derail his plans of sports super-stardom. Now the chef at his brother Manny
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD shows good resolution, with subtle textures in clothing and faces delivered nicely. Fleshtones look natural and color fidelity is generally good. The source is very clean, and the very fine film grain never becomes a distraction. Contrast is nicely balanced. Pixel breakup and compression artifacts are never a distraction, but edge enhancement can be noticed on high-contrast transitions. (Danny Richelieu)
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