Verlin is 9 years old and does not talk, nor does he even seem to hear. Henry, a child-like adult, befriends Verlin and pulls him from his shell. Verlin's mother mistrusts Henry, who she ... See full summary »
My comments of the situation with the 1884 fim Boozecan
Hi. Paula b Of Somerset MA here. The review was not helpful because. I saw this film/Boozecan . On VHS only unfortunately. I'd love for the film to be released on DVD/but after contacting the distributor of the film. I was promised that they would try and get the film out on DVD/ That was about four months ago. So far all I see is the movie listed on www.moviefone.com. No specifics at all. I hope to some day see it on DVD region 1. All I have right now is just a straight VHS to DVD dupe. So I'm not all that happy with it. We all know what crap the quality of VHS is. Compared to todays high video standards. I really don't bother with VHS at all anymore.
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