Special features on both the DVD and Blu-ray Disc include a 37-minute Surveillance Window featurette, where you are given the chance to go back in time with the filmmakers for on-set and behind-the-scenes moments just before they happen in the film; five deleted scenes with optional commentary by Director Tony Scott; three extended scenes with optional commentary by Scott; sneak peeks; and up-front ads.
DVD General Information
Touchstone Home Entertainment
For intense sequences of violence and terror, disturbing images, and some sensuality
ATF agent Doug Carlin (Washington) is investigating a bombing on a New Orleans ferry, when he is approached by FBI agent Pryzwarra (Kilmer) about a top-secret program they have developed. With a little case of Deja Vu, they are able to look back in time by four-and-a-half days, convincing Carlin that Claire Kuchever (Patton), one of the victims, holds the key to the investigation. (Tricia Spears)
The anamorphically enhanced 2.38:1 DVD, with its warm, desaturated color scheme, matches the storytelling nicely. While the colors are not as vibrant as more realistic-looking presentations, fleshtones still look relatively neutral. Images are generally resolved well, although some pixel breakup and noticeable edge enhancement can make a mess of that, and there are times when the video bit rates can make the picture look soft. Still, this can be a very good picture. (Danny Richelieu)
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