There are more than one DVD version of this film. We have details on the following DVDs:
This Thai DVD from Deltamac is very respectable.
The image looks very good, with gorgeous warm colors and not too many image flaws. The sound a rather uneven, with some of the dialogue sounding very thin and unnatural. I don't think this is a flaw of the DVD, but rather problems inherent in the original sound mix.
The extras consist of four items.
"Interviews" (19.36) is a making of featurette. Interviews with the actors are intercut with behind the scene footage and almost no footage from the film. Shu Qi is featured as well looking, if possible, even more stunning than she did in the film. We also get to see her rehearse with her extremely gay dance coach, very funny (especially when they shake their tushies in sync). Producer John Woo also gets his say.
"B-Roll" (11.51) is your usual montage of behind the scenes footage, which I can't get enough of. Fascinating.
Both of these featurettes are subtitled in English. Lovely.
Also included on the disc is a photo Gallery with dozen or two stills, nothing spectacular, and a trailer gallery which includes the trailer for "Blood Brothers" as well as the two american releases "Captivity" and "1408".
All in all a nice disc.
The language on the back of the DVD is listed as English 5.1, while the DVD menu indicates the disc contains Mandarin audio. Neither is true, the film has the original Cantonese soundtrack.