I'm surprised that there's been no notice at all of this film's release on Blu-ray on Sept. 6. It's a brilliant piece of work, filmed in a low-key, documentary manner that makes it all the more powerful. Many of those in the cast are playing themselves, making it even more realistic. As for the technical part of it, the film looks great on a 62-inch screen, and has a knockout sound mix. If you don't have this film, get it.