I figured either the adhesive tape was run down along with it being ex-rental before the film was crap and nobody ever rented it.
Demme delivers a story so as to just about everyone all the rage the audience is available to connect with arrange some level, because everyone's gone through or bidding go through these kinds of things at individual time or another. Around are two performances at this juncture that really steal the show, however. However, the film does feel stretched thin at some points. I'm happy I watched it as its absolutely unique. The acting was great and the account relevant to real-life.