In a year that has been pretty slow in the way of major studio releases, the indie films have had to pick up the slack. Two of the year’s front runners The Good Girl and One Hour Photo are both coming to DVD from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
In “The Good Girl”, Justine Last is living the mundane married life until she meets a boy who claims to be Holden Caulfield.
Presented in both anamorphic widescreen and fullscreen with Dolby Digital 5.1 audio. The disc also contains an audio commentary by director Miguel Arteta, writer Mike White and star Jennifer Aniston, nine deleted scenes and an alternate ending with optional commentary, and a theatriacal trailer.
Seymour Parrish is a lonely photo clerk in “One Hour Photo” and welcomes the friendly relationships with his customers, but obsession leads him to stalk one poor family and deepen his own compulsions.
Coming in anamorphic widescreen, the DVD houses what has become a welcome and somewhat standard set of extras for an indie release. An audio commentary by director Mark Romanek and star Robin Williams, a “Charlie Rose Show” interview, the Cinemax making-of and Sundance “Anatomy Of A Scene” specials and the theatrical trailer fill up the disc.
“The Good Girl” will arrive on January 7th, “One Hour Photo” will arrive three weeks later. Both will carry a suggested retail price of $27.95.