Bully takes a hard-hitting look at teenagers, sex, and murder. The film is featured in 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen and looks very nice for its low-budget origins. This transfer appears crisp, detailed, and void of any edge enhancement or artifacting. The audio is presented in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround and is very adequate for the film it supports. While there are some instances of directional use in this mix (usually with the gangster rap soundtrack), the bulk of the track tends to come from the center and front speakers only. Also included on this disc is a music-only soundtrack, as well as subtitles in English and Spanish. The extra features on this disc start with an engaging interview with director Larry Clark that sadly lasts only around five minutes. Next up are some fairly long interviews with the young cast discussing their characters and the screenplay. "How the Actors Landed Their Roles" is a comedic interview with each cast member joking about how they slept with the director to be in the movie (which, in a roundabout way, is sort of creepy). Finally there's a picture gallery of the real people this movie is based on, and a theatrical trailer for the film.