Young Momo (Boulanger) is a teenager living alone with his father in one of the shadier parts of Paris. Mostly neglected by his dad, the boy spends his time by himself, doing what he can to please the man who is raising him. When going to the market owned by an Arab named Monsieur Ibrahim (Sharif), Momo begins to spend more and more time talking to him. And it isn
The anamorphically enhanced (mislabeled on jacket) windowboxed/pillarboxed 1.66:1 DVD picture exhibits a warm color palette that visually complements the setting of the story, with yellowish whites and fleshtones that err toward orange at times. Blacks are deep, but can be undefined. The picture can have a hazy appearance, with blown-out windows and skies. Edge enhancement and pixelization are occasionally noticed. (Suzanne Hodges)
The French soundtrack (an uncredited Dolby
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