The shortcomings of the film are matched by the shortcomings of the DVD. The print looks old and rather shaky. There's plenty of specks and hair to be found. Colors are faded and blacks appear washed out, almost grey. The overall contrast is bad. Subtitles are very decent. White with black edge and they don't move too fast.
Extras on this disc include "Six Pieces" (24:35) a documentary featuring interviews with director Yonfan intercut with clips from his film. Yonfan speaks english very well, and his interview is subtitled in chinese only. I found the American voiceover during the film clips rather annoying. Your typical presskit style voiceover, and since I found the film less than perfect, I quickly reached for the "stop" button.
Also included on the disc is a trailer, and something called "production notes". Under this item you'll find "about Yonfan", "director's notes", "film poster" and "film stills", but no actual production notes! There's also a conversation between Yonfan and film critic Shu Kei on one of the audiotracks, you can listen to this during the movie, but it's all in Chinese, and not subtitled.