Special features include an option to view the film with commentary from Director John Dahl and Writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, and two featurettes: Behind The Scenes Of You Kill Me (ten minutes) and Before And After Visual Effects Comparison (six minutes), and the original theatrical trailer.
When alcoholic hitman Frank Falenczyk (Kingsley) falls asleep while staking out his next victim, his mob-boss uncle (Hall) banishes him from Buffalo, NY to San Francisco to sober up. He lands a job at a mortuary and enrolls in a 12-step program where he meets an eclectic cast of characters, including his sponsor Tom (Wilson). Meanwhile, back in Buffalo, a rival gangster, Edward O
The anamorphically enhanced 2.44:1 DVD exhibits a bold, vibrant color palette with good resolution. Black levels are deep, and while shadow delineation isn
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