Unlucky in love and wanting to get as far away from their problems as possible, American Amanda (Diaz) and Englishwoman Iris (Winslet) swap homes for The Holidays. While initially overwhelmed in their new environments, both women quickly adjust to their homes-away-from-home and find something that neither had expected to find
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits deep black levels and good shadow delineation, making for a nicely dimensional image. Pixilization is not a problem, but edge enhancement can be noticed at times, especially when there are high-contrast transitions. The color scheme is surprisingly neutral, awash in hues of brown and gold. The effect actually matches the story well, which is where the surprise came for me. (Danny Richelieu)
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