Special features include a commentary track by Director Jon Avnet, an alternate ending, two featurettes: Director's Point Of View (eight minutes) and The Character Within (eight minutes), and previews.
DVD General Information
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
For disturbing violent content, brief nudity and language
Dr. Jack Gramm (Pacino) is a renowned psychiatrist and college professor whose expert testimony put the infamous serial killer, "The Seattle Slasher" Jon Forster (McDonough), behind bars on death row. The day before Forster is to be executed, one of Dr. Gramm's students is murdered with the identical modus-operandi of the Seattle Slasher. Gramm, who is convinced the death of his student was at the hands of a copycat killer, sets out to prove his case but receives a disturbing call that informs Gramm that he only has 88 Minutes left to live. Now Gramm must use his last remaining minutes on earth to uncover the killer before he strikes again. (Stacey Pendry)
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD is limited by its fairly poor resolution and washed out black levels. There is some definition left in the
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