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Frailty [DVD] [2002]

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Release Date:09/17/2002
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Bill Paxton makes his directorial debut with Frailty, an intense gothic horror movie. The DVD package allows Paxton to share his experience and approach in making this twisted thriller. Presented in anamorphic widescreen 1.85:1 with Dolby Digital 5.1, the movie's moody feel and wide use of sinister sound is perfectly captured. Both English and Spanish subtitles are available. Special features include a trailer, still photo gallery, and storyboards for Magic Weapons, The Angel and The Sheriff. A Lions Gate promo for USA's TV series, The Dead Zone and the movie Liberty Stands Still is secreted between the thumb and forefinger of the God's Hand on the main menu page. Three "Commentaries" give varying perspectives on the film. Paxton gives a witty, informative and entertaining dialogue on the director's commentary. Arnold Glassman, David Kirschner and Brian Tyler give a production commentary and Brent Hanley narrates from the writer's point of view. Four "Deleted Scenes" give additional insight into the film's character's and carefully detailed plot. Two behind-the-scenes featurettes round out the disc. "The Making of Frailty" shows Paxton at work and demonstrates his many influences, including that of Alfred Hitchcock. The Sundance Channel's "Anatomy of a Scene" takes an inside look at the car scene that was filmed with Matthew McConaughey and Powers Boothe. In total, this DVD release is anything but frail.

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16x9 Widescreen (1.85:1)

5.1 Dolby Digital

English and Spanish subtitles

"Anatomy of a Scene" courtesy of Sundance Channel

The making of Frailty

Deleted scenes

Director commentary

Production commentary (Arnold Glassman, David Kirschner and Brian Tyler)

Writer Commentary

Still photo presentation by James Hamilton