Supplements are included on both sides of this DVD. Side A includes an audio commentary track with director Jonathan Demme, a 14-minute making-of featurette, 12 minutes worth of deleted scenes, production notes, and cast and filmmaker biographies. But perhaps a more exciting supplement is what is included on the flip side: an anamorphic widescreen edition of
When Regina Lambert (Newton) learns that, while she was away on holiday, her husband Charlie (Dillane) had been murdered, she sets out to find some answers. But learning
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits a sharp and nicely detailed picture, with pleasing contrast. Some scenes can be quite dim, but shadow delineation is quite capable when viewed in a completely blackened room. The color scheme is warm and balanced, with accurate fleshtones, rich hues, and deep blacks. Pixelization causes some breakup of finer details, and, occasionally, minor edge enhancement is noticed. (Suzanne Hodges)
The 5.1 soundtracks are very well-produced and recorded. There
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