Glad I'm not the only one- I just watched the new Blu-Ray, I got it thinking it was a 70s-era film. The disc only had a 2012 copyright date on it, since the Blu-Ray was released this year. Upon viewing it looked more 80s, til the Eminem reference and the cell phones appeared, then I had no clue. Wasn't til I saw the 2000 date in the end credits did I know how old this movie actually was. Don't know if the attitude about 'bush' is different in Italy or not, but 99% of what's appeared in American media recently is shaved.
I don't know why the disc was titled "Cheeky!" While it describes a lot of what you see in the movie, it's still a bit misleading as this actually has a plot and stuff. The English title "Transgression" is kept in the actual movie, the newer title is only on the cover and menu screens.
Well for some reason the picture quality made it seem like it was shot back in the 80s but the fashion was late 90s..kind of confusing actually but I love Tinto's movies and I never complain.