The Last of Sheila is excellent and I am in full agreement with all reviews written herein.
The one star is for the DVD release. One, the release is NOT the 'same' movie released on VHS. This DVD release looks like someone at Warners took the 'outtakes' and pieced together a slightly different movie. For instance in Chapter 18 there are two huge silhouettes in the frame of the movie. What it turns out to be is the director sitting in a chair with his hand on his jaw watching the actors act and the boom or lighting person moving around the frame. How the heck did this big blooper happen - on the DVD? This MISTAKE certainly isn't on the VHS.
Then in another scene on the DVD and not on the VHS one can easily guess who committed one of the crimes because the camera lingers on the guilt ridden-face of the actor. Lastly, there are numerous scenes with tremendous camera shake - I'm guessing director discards because again, they are not on the VHS.
Whomever mastered this superb movie at Warners should have bought the VHS from Amazon to use it as a guide as to how this movie should have been mastered and released. This is a total travesty to an excellent film that a lot of viewers waited a long time buy on disk.
Warners admit your mistake and re-master this film and re-release it as it should have been released. Amazon still have copies of the VHS available for your review.