I love DVDs because I really like movies. I love captions (so many movies are watched at night when little ones are sleeping, so we can't have the volume up too loud). I love watching a movie and then going back and watching it with commentary to see what the writer, producer, actors, etc. thought about it. I like making-ofs, bloopers and the whole bit.
But there's one thing I really don't understand.
Why do so few DVDs have an extra audio track with "descriptive video" for the blind?
It seems so simple, so easy and so obvious.