This striking indie film about Jeffrey Dahmer, titled simply "Dahmer", was released on DVD this past week. Bad news is it's full screen only but I didn't know it at the time so I watched it any way. Has anyone else given (or considered giving) the flick a look? It's provocotive and will challenge you. GREAT performances by the cast especially by Jeremy Renner, who plays Dahmer. Bruce Davison plays his father. If this story unsettles you then that's all the more reason to watch the DVD. Don't simply catagorize people as a "monster" without first looking at the man. The film's director said something that struck me, Dahmer ceased looking at his victims as human and considered them merely objects. If we, as civilized human beings, refuse to look at Dahmer other than some "monster" then we are doing exactly what he did. The DVD features an audio commentary by the director and the 2 male leads, a featurette and trailer. I was pissed that it is full screen only but I already brought it home and I wanted to watch it so....I did (don't hurt me!) For those curious, the film is not overly gory and definitely NOT sensationalistic, it's a creepy, sometimes sad, character study. For anyone with an open mind, I recommend this film/DVD.