I bought this dvd because I worked on this film for a few days as an extra in a couple of the blackjack table scenes towards the end of the film.Did not get paid more than $50 for 2 days work, but I DID get a nifty "Double Down " T-shirt (Double Down was the original name of this film. It was subsequently re-named Stacy's Knights several years ago, and then again re-named The Touch, for reasons unknown).It is definitely NOT an Oscar contender of any kind, but , at least I can point myself out to friends and say"Look, I've worked with Kevin Costner, you mere mortals!" "Kiss my ring!" For a local Reno resident, it is quirky to look at The Peppermill Casino (the setting for all of the gambling scenes) when it was still just a one story building, taking up no more than 7 or 8 thousand square feet of property. Now, the Peppermill is 50 times that size and, come to think of it, so is Kevin Costner's career. I don't think he would've made it without my valuable contribution to this epic. No one stands still in a crowd of people, looking at other people playing blackjack, like me. Look out, Nicholson...I'm hot on your tail!