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Lynch is insistent on the Death of the Author issue and doesn't want to give his own, 'definitive', interpretation of the Mind Screw works he's famous for (it's for the same reason that he's a master of the Shrug of God).Woody Allen has stated that he hasn't seen any of his films since they were released (and most of the DVDs don't even feature stereo sound).
A Chiricuahua (Apache) medicine man's family finds, nurses and initiates him.Some filmmakers have started including subtitles for the commentary.Still, it's always nice to know the commentary is there.Allen has also given the explanation that he thinks movies should stand on their own merits.Keep in mind that filmmakers are, first and foremost, artists, and are sometimes much better at expressing themselves creatively than verbally (Tim Burton is particularly notorious for this, as he admits that he has poor communication skills).I'm sure a lot of her wound up on the cutting room floor, though. He's responsible for one of the most memorable scenes in the film.
The rest of the cast played their roles respectively too.
The DVD (and Blu-ray, by extension) Bonus Content with the highest ratio of "disappointment when it isn't included" to "likelihood you'll actually sit down and watch the whole thing." If you've bought a DVD, it's assumed that you like the movie or TV show or whatever. It seems logical that a good chunk of the viewing audience would want to know more information about the film they're watching, and also to have a compelling reason to rewatch a film you've seen in the theatre.
The creators or other experts get together to record an audio (and rarely, video) track to be played during the movie. Though its inclusion is increasingly common, there are several famous directors who refuse to allow commentaries to be recorded for their DVDs.
And if it's not there or if it's poorly done, there's no reason why fans and/or haters can't decide to go into the commentary business for themselves...
If the actors are staying in character, then you have a case of In-Character Commentaries.
At their best, DVD commentaries can be a wealth of informative, entertaining insights into the creation of the film, especially if the speakers are adept at the process.