Director Greg Harrison is featured in two audio commentary tracks: one with screenwriter Benjamin Brand and the other with cinematographer Nancy Schreiber. In addition, there is an alternate opening sequence, a conversation with composer and visual effects artist Lew Baldwin, and three photo galleries (Sophie's portfolio, Jesse's portfolio, and behind-the-scenes photos). There are also up-front ads.
Photographer Sophie Jacobs (Cox) is understandably suffering from guilt, sadness, and horrible visions after her boyfriend is murdered while she waits outside a convenience store one November evening. Despite failed attempts to move on with her life, a slide photo surfaces that forces Sophie to focus on solving the mystery behind the crime. (Suzanne Hodges)
The DV-originated imagery is drab and understated on this anamorphically enhanced 1.82:1 DVD. Images are sharp and detailed, although finer details and textures are lacking. Video noise is noticed, especially in the darker scenes. There are also edge halos evident in higher contrasted segments. (Suzanne Hodges)
With its interesting mix, the Dolby
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