A new addition to the coveted Criterion collection is the import Ratcatcher. The film is presented in 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen and sports a very passable image. While there are a few imperfections to be found on this transfer -- including some grain and a small amount of edge enhancement -- overall Criterion has done a fine job of making sure the colors and black levels are all even and well saturated. The soundtrack is presented in Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo in English. Certainly this isn't the most overwhelming sound mix ever produced, though in actuality it serves the film well with crystal-clear dialogue, music, and effects. Also included on this disc are English subtitles. Fans of the film will be delighted to see a few extra features added onto this edition of Ratcatcher -- starting off this disc is a fascinating 22-minute interview with director Lynne Ramsay recounting her days as a director and how the film came into being. Fans won't want to miss Ramsay's insights into making movies and what it takes to work in the medium of celluloid. Three short films (Kill the Day, Small Deaths, and Gasman) offer a unique look into the director's past efforts and feature rough, interesting stories backed by very low budgets. Finally, there is a photo gallery and a theatrical trailer for the film.