The year was 1975, and it was just before spring in Paris when 19-year-old Lila (le Besco) met the handsome and dashing young bank robber, Bada (Embarek). But Lila was in love, so she joined him for an exciting trip through Europe, soon learning that life with a criminal is anything but fun. (Tricia Spears)
The anamorphically enhanced black-and-white 1.82:1 DVD exhibits a generally good gray scale, although details in the darkest scenes can be lost. There is not as much depth in the image as the best black-and-white films can produce, and while edge enhancement and pixilation are not much of a problem, source element artifacts can be noticed throughout. (Danny Richelieu)
The French-language Dolby
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