Special features include the 19-minute The Making Of The Queen featurette; commentary with Director Stephen Frears and Writer Peter Morgan; commentary with British Historian and Royal Expert Robert Lacey, who is the author of Majesty; sneak peeks; and up-front ads.
When Princess Diana died, the whole world died with her. However, nothing changed for the Royal Family, as they spent the days following her death at their country estate, Balmoral. Prime Minister Tony Blair (Sheen) did his best to convince The Queen (Academy Award
While the anamorphically enhanced 1.82:1 DVD can have a bright and pasty look, details are captured well, black levels are deep, and shadow delineation is good. The fine film grain and relatively few source element artifacts are not overly distracting, and edge enhancement is not very noticeable. Fine details are captured well, but there are times when the image does look too soft. (Danny Richelieu)
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