The much-admired performance of Robin Williams in the psychological thriller "One Hour Photo" surfaced on video shelves this week on VHS and DVD for those who want to see "Uncle" Sy's picture-perfect fantasy collide with an ugly chunk of reality.

Connie Nielsen and Michael Vartan co-star in one of the most frightening and eerie stories about a lonely film processor who develops an obsession with a picture-perfect family.

Williams comes up with one of his finest hours as the "photo guy" who has developed pictures for the family since their son was a baby. As the family's life blossoms, the photo-processor becomes more and more lonely. Driven into believing he is part of the family, he spins headlong into a collision with reality.

The Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment VHS is priced for rental.

The DVD lists for $27.98 and includes audio commentary by Williams and director Mark Romanek, as well as the Sundance Channel Special "Anatomy of a Scene," interviews with Williams and Romanek on television's "Charlie Rose Show," a Cinemax featurette and the original theatrical trailer. The movie is presented in English 5.1 Surround, French and Spanish Dolby Surround and in wide-screen or pan-and-scan format.

Current Video Releases

The Cardinal (due Tuesday from Warner Home Video: two-disc DVD, $26.99) celebrating the 40th anniversary of director Otto Preminger's film about an Irish American priest's rise in church's hierarchy. Tom Tryon, John Huston, Carol Lynley and Burgess Meredith top a stellar cast.

The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman (Classic Media: DVD, $12.98; VHS, $9.98) Cicely Tyson stars as the 110-year-old former slave, whose life story was a TV special.

Mostly Martha (Paramount: VHS, priced for rental; DVD, $29.99; English subtitles) Martina Gedeck and fellow chef Sergio Castellitto find a new recipe for love and life.

Smiley's People (Acorn Media: three-reel VHS or three-disc DVD, $69.95; 888-870-8047) Sir Alec Guinness stars in this sequel to "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy."

Super Bowl XXXVII Champions (NFL Films and Warner Home Video: DVD, $24.98; VHS, $19.98) The DVD contains three hours about the champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers from kickoff to hoisting the Lombardi trophy.

Sweet Home Alabama (Touchstone: VHS, $22.99; DVD, $29.99) Engaged to New York's most eligible bachelor, Reese Witherspoon sneaks back home to Alabama to get a divorce from her contentious redneck husband and finds it is no easy task.

National sales

1. 101 Dalmatians II

2. Signs

3. Ice Age

4. Lilo & Stitch

5. Spider-Man

6. SpongeBob: Sea Stories

7. Stuart Little 2

8. Scooby-Doo

9. Fear Dot Com

10. Monsters Inc.

11. Goldmember

12. Beauty and the Beast

13. Dragon Ball Z: Vegeta's Plea

14. SpongeBob: Bikini Bottom Bash

15. Like Mike

National rentals

1. The Bourne Identity

2. The Banger Sisters

3. Signs

4. The Master of Disguise

5. About a Boy

6. XXX

7. Barbershop

8. Unfaithful

9. The Good Girl

10. Serving Sara

11. Minority Report

12. Fear Dot Com

13. Blue Crush

14. Blood Work

15. Undercover Brother

--Video Business, week ended Feb. 2

Local sales

1. Sweet Home Alabama

2. 101 Dalmatians II

3. Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13

4. Lilo & Stitch

5. Signs

6. Monsters, Inc.

7. Stuart Little 2

8. Ice Age

9. Spider-Man

10. Scooby-Doo

11. Beauty and the Beast

12. Hey Arnold

13. Fear Dot Com

14. Dragon Ball Z: The Price of Victory

15. The Country Bears

Local rentals

1. Sweet Home Alabama

2. The Bourne Identity

3. The Banger Sisters

4. Master of Disguise

5. Formula 51

6. Signs

7. About a Boy

8. Serving Sara

9. Unfaithful

10. Minority Report

11. Barbershop

12. XXX

13. Blue Crush

14. Blood Work

15. Undercover Brother

--Blockbuster Video, week ended Feb. 2