After holing herself up in a deteriorating Louisiana plantation for over thirty years, Charlotte Hollis (Davis) has become the kind of disturbed old woman that neighborhood children tell stories about. Driven to near-insanity by the murder of her lover years earlier, Charlotte must fight to save her house from demolition by the county...the only way to prevent the truth from finally coming out. Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte is Robert Aldrich
The black-and-white picture is anamorphically enhanced at 1.66:1 and exhibits a satisfying gray scale. Blacks can be deep and solid, and whites are generally bright and clean. Still, much of the picture centers at a newspaper gray. Minor dirt, scratches, and other artifacts are noticed in the source element. Pixelization is detected at times, but edge enhancement is limited. (Suzanne Hodges)
Both the Dolby
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