Mullet is the story of Eddie who after three years of being away from home,
family and friends has decided to return out of the blue. With mixed reactions
Eddie, slowly makes his way back into the circle of friends that he left
His re-entry is made
slightly difficult due to the small town he lives in and also to the fact that
more than one lady was left behind without a word why or where Eddie went.
Rumours and speculation are all that exist as to where he went.
To make matters worse, his ex girlfriend has married his brother and still has
feelings for Eddie. There are so many relationship related twists and turns
that it'll make your head spin. It's the sort of movie that makes for
fascinating viewing but at the same time there is a certain amount of cringe
worthiness to some of the scenes as well.
The title does wheel
about and give you the feeling that there is no true direction for a lot of
the film until it all hits you in the face at the end of the film when a
barbecue unleashes a lot of unspoken tensions, but also helps the main
characters to resolve a lot of issues.
Mullet does have an
ending, albeit a bit open ended, but after all that's what life is, isn't it?
As far as being on DVD,
that's where this disc shines and scores it higher than I would have scored
the movie by itself. This is a sure fire example of how good DVD can be and
why it is the superior format over VHS. Both audio and video will knock your
socks off and the sheer wealth of extras ensure that this disc will be a noted
part of any DVD enthusiasts' collection.
- 10 Deleted Scenes
- Story Boards
- Production Design
Soundtrack CD Promo
- Quote Bank