Anyone else think the framing on the widescreen version of the DVD was a bit tight. In most shots heads were cut off and Uma's head and feet were framed very close with no head room at all. I doubt the camera man would have framed the film this way. It's a bit distracting. I don't remember this being the case at the screening I saw. Actually, I'm really not that surprised with the shoddy transfer, Universal barely promoted the film in theaters. Did this even play for two weeks? The film isn't all that bad, yet it could have been better - so could the DVD. And Universal is charging $30 for this?