Bonus features include up-front previews; an option to view the film with commentary from Writer/Director Ethan Hawke; Straight To One, a short film by Ethan Hawke (21 minutes); the original theatrical trailer; and an additional trailer gallery (seven minutes).
Just days before his 21st birthday, William (Webber) , an actor, meets and quickly falls madly in love with a sultry singer/songwriter, Sara (Moreno). Completely infatuated, William decides to pursue the elusive singer from the Lower East Side to a snowy weekend in Connecticut to a Mexican hotel room, and finally to a sweltering homecoming in the Hottest State of all, Texas. William
Hues of blue and red in the anamorphically enhanced 1.81:1 DVD have an over-saturated appearance that make them really pop from the screen, even if they look somewhat unnatural. When combined with the tones of brown, green, and yellow that make up the majority of the color palette, the bold colors can have a striking effect. Black levels are deep, but shadow delineation is not rendered very well. Edge enhancement is noticeable throughout, and there are times when pixel breakup can also be seen. (Danny Richelieu)
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