I wish I could review the film itself, because it looked very promising. Unfortunately, it isn't possible because the two copies I screened were defective. Some players refused to track beyond chapter 7, others, the last 2 chapters, 19 & 20. In every case, the picture froze and broke up, making complete viewing of the film impossible. The original, more expensive release of this DVD by Velocity Home Entertainment has been reviewed on this site without technical complaints, so I'm ordering that one instead. Meanwhile, Platinum needs to take this botched budget pressing off the market.