Presented in anamorphic widescreen with English 5.1 Surround Sound, Unfaithful looks beautiful and sounds crisp and clear. Fox did a great job with all the extras on the disc, providing many more than were expected. The best of the list includes the deleted scene file, which contains an alternate ending to the much-griped-about theatrical version. All deleted scenes are available with or without director Adrian Lyne's commentary, which is very enlightening. Other extras include two screen-specific commentaries: one with Lyne and another with Diane Lane and co-star Olivier Martinez. The director's commentary is much better, as it sounds as if Lane and Martinez recorded their dull-as-dishwater chats in two separate recording studios in two separate time zones. Then there's the behind-the-scenes featurette called "An Affair to Remember." Inside, viewers are given a glimpse into everything from Lyne's love of French films to why Martinez got into show business. The cast interviews feature was surprisingly interesting and well-edited, and the excerpt from The Charlie Rose Show revealed yet another side of actors' lives as well as the history of this film. To round out the disc there is an editing featurette with Anne Coates, hard-to-read director's script notes, and trailers. All of these special features should be enjoyed after watching the entire film first, as Unfaithful does provide a wallop of a plot shift that promises to be ruined if the extras are viewed at the start.