While Ted Crawford (Hopkins) is hard at work to provide a lavish lifestyle for his wife (Davidtz), she is off at a ritzy hotel, sunning, swimming, and having sex with a mysterious man. Not too pleased with his wife
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD relies on warm tones of brown and green and slightly over-pumped whites, which can bloom at times. Fleshtones are slightly pasty and blocked up, and fine detail is not captured as well as on the best releases. Black levels are adequate, but less than perfect shadow delineation can make some of the dark scenes look flat and lifeless. Edge enhancement is noticeable, but pixilation is relatively minor. (Danny Richelieu)
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