This made-for-cable documentary on singer/songwriter Warren Zevon and his struggle to complete his album The Wind as he battled a rare and inoperable form of lung cancer has been released on DVD in a package that, like the film, offers a loving and honest portrait of the artist. The footage in VH1 (Inside) Out: Warren Zevon -- Keep Me in Your Heart goes back and forth between full-frame material in 1.33:1 and letterboxed material in 1.78:1, while the audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Stereo. The interviews and narration are in English, with no multiple-language options. Plenty of bonus material has been included, such as music videos for two songs from the album ("Disorder in the House" and "Keep Me in Your Heart"), additional uncut interviews with Zevon, outtakes from the footage of the recording sessions, and home movies of Zevon in his teens. This is a strong and well-considered presentation of a film that chronicles an artist's final days in a manner that's moving without slipping into cloying sentimentality.