Emily Brown (Bishop) is a hopeless Kleptomaniac. Most of what she takes, she doesn
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD picture exhibits DV-originated images that can look quite good. Colors can sometimes be nicely saturated, while others are washed out, at times appearing blown-out. Images can be sharp and detailed, with some smearing or loss of finer details. Bit rate is pretty low on this title, and some compression artifacts and pixelization are noticed. Still other times the picture can be surprisingly clean and smooth, considering the source element. (Suzanne Hodges)
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