Bob Crane was proof that truth is sometimes stranger than fiction, that is, if the facts that are presented in Auto Focus are accurate. As for the DVD, Columbia/TriStar has done an admirable job on the disc, considering the lack of success for this film in theaters. The 1.85:1 image, anamorphic of course, is nicely presented. It's far from a reference quality transfer, but detail is quite strong, and colors are accurately represented. The intentional visual style concocted by director Paul Schrader varies from beginning to end based on Crane's current condition, and this disc translates the different states of mind exceptionally well. The 5.1 English Dolby Digital track is also very nice. For the most part, the sound is centered up front, but there are a number of instances where the surrounds are used effectively. As for extras, they're fairly abundant, but a mixed bag. Up first is not one, but three audio commentaries, from Schrader, writer Michael Gerbosi, producers Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, and, finally, stars Greg Kinnear and Willem Dafoe. Also included is an hour-long documentary, "Murder in Scottsdale," about the actual case, and while very detailed, it is a bit of a bore. Far less substantial, but at least shorter, is a seven-minute fluff piece from the studio with some interviews. In addition to this are five deleted scenes with optional commentary from Schrader, two trailers for this film and a handful of others from Columbia/TriStar, including Talk To Her and Spider, among others.