Acclaimed African-American filmmaker Charles Burnett's work is spotlighted in this two-disc collection. The documentary-like drama "Killer of Sheep" follows a black family living in South Central Los Angeles, as slaughterhouse laborer Stan (Henry G. Saunders) struggles to make a better life for himself, his wife (Kaycee Moore) and their children. Next, an aimless young man (Everett Silas) working at his family's dry cleaning business is asked by his lawyer sibling (Jessie Holmes) to serve as best man in "My Brother's Wedding," shown in both its original version and the 2007 director's cut. 4 1/2 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English; audio commentary; bonus shorts "Several Friends" (1969), "The Horse" (1973), "When It Rains" (1995); "making of" documentary; theatrical trailer.