Picked up today and expected the worst but was pleasantly surprised. Waters doesn't consider it a campy film but a good film (though he acknowledges its flaws) and considers Dunaway's performance Oscar worthy. It's not a terribly interesting commentary unfortunately but those of us who expected a bitchy campy commentary can rest. Waters is a little slippery in his observations, however. Several times, he comments on Steve Forrest as the famous Hollywood attorney Greg Bautzer as her husband when, in fact, he was just her lover. The special features include interviews with Diana Scarwid (the adult Christina), Rutanya Alda (Carol Ann) and producer Frank Yablans as well as John Waters and Lypsynka. All of them praise Dunaway's work as well as their mystification at her refusal to talk about the film.