By the time director Steven Soderbergh had made Full Frontal in 2002, he had made more films than Ford, Chaplin and Hitchcock combined. Seemingly, with dozens of films to his credit per annum, his output is extraordinary. While I may be overstating the case just a bit, he's been involved in more productions in the past 25 years than most anyone else I can think of.
The interesting thing with Full Frontal, is that it was shot in DV, essentially with a Canon video camera that my son was using in college. One can shoot in limited space, with limited light, and on a limited budget. All of this works in Full Frontal, or may for some people, as this seems to be a love it or hate it film. I generally liked it.
The new Blu-ray, from Echo Bridge ties in nicely with the rest of their releases, as the quality is quite good where it was good on film.
Like many other Echo Bridge releases, the audio is 2.0.
Image - 4
Audio - 3.5