The unique visions of influential fashion photographer and documentary filmmaker Bruce Weber are celebrated in this four-disc collection of his works. First, the rough and tumble of a boys' boxing club in Oregon is captured by Weber's lens, in the jazz-fueled "Broken Noses" (1987). Next, Weber serves up a "Chop Suey" (2001) of film and photography with an assortment of colorful portraits, including those of a teen wrestler and a lesbian jazz singer. Then, Weber relates "A Letter to True" (2004), his dog, with this vigorous collage of impressions that features clips of Elizabeth Taylor films, African elephants, and a reflection on the events of 9/11. Also includes "Let's Get Lost" and a 32-page booklet. 6 1/4 hrs. total. Standard/Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English.