Includes audio commentary by director Carl Franklin, a conversation with author Joe Finder, featurettes (FBI Takedown In Union Square, A Different Kind Of Justice, The Car Crash, and Together Again), and the trailer.
Based on the novel by Joseph Finder, attorney Claire Kubik
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits images that are sharp and detailed, with good contrast and shadow delineation. Colors are rich and powerful, with filtering that can give the picture a warm wash of golden hues or a cold, harsh blue appearance. The scenes that depict the incident 15 years earlier are stylized with hot colors and high contrast, and film grain and artifacts to add a gritty texture. Edge enhancement can be a problem, and there is also some pixelization. (Suzanne Hodges)
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