Special features include commentary by Director Robert Cuffley and Actresses Leelee Sobieski and Tricia Hefler, a deleted scene with optional director commentary, a 15-minute featurette Behind The Scenes Of Walk All Over Me, a three-minute music video Safety Word, four minutes of outtakes, a stills gallery, the theatrical trailer, and up-front previews.
When trouble-prone teen, Alberta's (Sobieski) boyfriend is assaulted by thugs who believe he has stolen a fortune from them, she flees to her good friend Celine's (Hefler) house. Celine, an aspiring dominatrix and actress, takes her old friend in, but knows trouble often follows Alberta. When Alberta ruins one of Celine's favorite costumes, she decides to try to replace it by posing as Celine with a new client named Paul (Tierney). The teen expects Celine's new client to ask her to Walk All Over Me in your stilleto boots, but instead finds herself face-to-face with thugs searching for Paul and their missing $500,000. (Stacey Pendry)
The anamorphically enhanced 2.34:1 DVD appears somewhat soft, with fine details obscured. Fleshtones appear natural, though, and contrast is balanced nicely. Colors are saturated well with a natural balance, and black levels are deep and consistent. Shadows are delineated fairly well, although there are times when near-blacks look crushed. Pixel breakup is rare but noticeable, and edge enhancement is not a distraction. (Danny Richelieu)
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