"Compliance" became a lightning rod of discussion and criticism last year, from the Sundance Film Festival to end-of-year critics' awards. Craig Zobel's powerful film about authority and obedience in America, inspired by true events at a McDonald's restaurant in 2004 in Kentucky, had everyone talking or walking out, depending upon how one looks at things.
Yesterday in the U.S. "Compliance" was released on Blu-Ray and DVD by Magnolia Pictures. The disc did not include an audio commentary but for those fans of the film who may be interested in hearing additional thoughts about "Compliance", an unofficial feature-length audio commentary was recorded (by myself) last year for the film.
While you watch "Compliance" you can listen to the 90-minute commentary, which can be accessed here or heard below.
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