As actor Jon Seda's #1 fan, I had to get this unknown title. Seda is GREAT in a good movie about LA street gangs. Strange movie, as there is no character to root for; The character Rikki is an utterly soulless human being without any moral compass or feeling of loyalty to ANYONE but himself. This makes for a somewhat uncomfortable viewing experience, as the character talks directly to the audience, bringing you into his evil mindset. I found this to be fascinating. Based loosely on Shakespeare's "Richard the III," this is a violent film about gang war and family betrayal of the worst kind; fratricide. Jon Seda succeeds where lesser actors would fail to bring this character alive. The dvd is fine too, offering a trailer, as well as interviews with Seda and Mario Lopez. The picture aspect is 4x3, but I believe this is the format in which the movie was filmed. I'm guessing this movie has some cult following in the street gang culture, as it seems to be very authentic in it's portrayal of gang life and mentality. This is in NO WAY a mainstream, Hollywood production, and I imagine the casual viewer will be repelled by it's casual attitude towards violence, and it's exploitative portrayal of women.