Though XX/XY is a complex film about sexual relationships, the DVD from MGM doesn't have nearly the same depth. Granted, the image is quite good, but that is sadly its sole strong point. Both the 1.85:1 anamorphic and full-frame transfers are included, and they look remarkably good, though at time the transfer certainly shows the restraints of a lower budget. Colors are nicely reproduced, and while it's a fairly dark motion picture, the black levels are constantly strong. Detail isn't the high point of the visuals, but the lack thereof is never enough of a distraction. The sound, which is only a two-channel surround track, doesn't have much life to it, and occasionally seems to be recorded too low, but dialogue is generally intelligible, which is good enough for this independent film. Where the disc suffers is in regard to supplements. While a commentary from director Austin Chick or a documentary could have enhanced the depth of this film, only the theatrical trailer and a spot for the Showtime series Dead Like Me are included.