"Winona Ryder: The Collection" includes "Mermaids", "Autumn In New York", "Great Balls Of Fire" and "1969". "Mermaids": Charlotte (Ryder) is an adolescent girl torn between her blossoming passions for a handsome caretaker... and her desire to be a nun (a tough calling for a girl who's Jewish). Complicating her already precarious teen angst is a little sister (Christina Ricci), a determined would-be swimmer she affectionately calls fishhead, and their mother (Cher), a non-traditional, sexy, flamboyant woman who relocates them to a new town every time she causes a hint of scandal - which is often. But even as their personal styles clash, these three incredibly different individuals begin to see that nothing - not even a life-threatening tragedy - can tear apart the bonds of family. "Autumn In New York": At 48 years old, Manhattan restaurateur Will Keane (Gere) is handsome, successful, single and determined to keep it that way. A consummate playboy who's perfected the art of casual romance, Will adores women, but has never thought seriously about marriage or commitment until he meets Charlotte Fielding (Ryder). Charming, vivacious and radiantly beautiful, Charlotte is unlike anyone Will's ever known before, and as their relationship blossoms from a heated one-night stand into something rare and wonderful, they both realize that this love will last a lifetime. But, for Charlotte, a lifetime may be much shorter than either of them is prepared to accept. "Great Balls Of Fire": They called it "the devil's music." To this, Jerry Lee Lewis whooped: "If I'm going to hell, I'm going there playing the piano!" In 1956, Louisiana bad boy Jerry Lee Lewis (Dennis Quaid) moves to Memphis, determined to dethrone Elvis with his "ferocious, God-given talent." When Jerry Lee bangs out the bass chords with his feet, fans howl for more. When he finishes a performance by setting his piano ablaze, they mob the stage. But when he marries his 13-year-old second cousin Myra (Ryder)... the scandal nearly kills "The Killer's" career. "1969": Scott and Ralph (Sutherland and Downey), two small-town class-of-67 high school graduates, venture off to college to sow some wild oats and stay one step ahead of the draft board. But when Ralph is expelled from school, he suddenly becomes a prime candidate for serving in his country's armed forces. And when the lifelong friends take drastic and illegal measures to ensure Ralph's freedom, they trigger a chain of events that will forever change their friendship, their lives and how a town thinks of war.
Other Special Features: Languages: English and French
Audio Tracks: Dolby Digital Stereo