The anamorphically enhanced DVD exhibits image quality that is typical for documentaries. Peppered with photographs, stock footage, and film clips, the 1.78:1 picture (scope clips letterboxed within the 1.78:1 frame) is comprised of various formats. The interview footage is satisfyingly sharp and detailed, with well balanced colors. Edge enhancement is occasionally noticed, and some other minor distractions like smearing and shimmering details are detected at times. Overall, the picture should satisfy for the genre. (Suzanne Hodges)
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