The story opens with the total disintegration of the Dolls, an all-girl rock band. Not only arethey fighting each other hammer and tongs (some nicely edited moments here), or coma-drunk,but someone in the basement is dead. We then flash back to chart their rise and fall. This isenthusiastic, if raw, work.
Don’t expect miracles here, not at this kind of a budget. There is a fair bit of buzz on thedialogue, though the music sounds fine. There ar… some sound effects getting the surroundtreatment, and they have a fairly artificial, post-production feel to them, but I was surprised tohear them at all.
This isn’t the best-looking picture you’ll see (some colours are too dark, others wash out,etc.), but that is more a function of the budget and source material than the transfer itself. Theformat is in 1.85:1, but there’s nothing on the disc to indicate whether or not it isanamorphic.
This disc is quite bare in terms of extras, but you will find the theatrical trailer and a photo gallery.
This DVD is not outstanding, but it is a nice presentation for a small studio. There is some visible talent here, and some might enjoy this little film.
Special Features List
- Theatrical Trailer
- Photo Gallery