Special features include 13 deleted scenes; a commentary track by Director Julian Jarrold, Writer Kevin Hood, and Producer Robert Bernstein; a 17-minute Discovering The Real Jane Austen featurette; Becoming Jane Pop-up Facts & Footnotes; and up-front previews.
Before Becoming Jane Austen (Hathaway) the novelist, she was simply Jane, the eligible, well-bred country lass. With her family
The anamorphically enhanced 2.34:1 DVD shows good resolution, with sharp details, although there are times when inadequate compression can cause the image to look somewhat smeared. Color fidelity is good, with nicely rendered fleshtones and good balance. Contrast is also nicely balanced, and while black levels can be slightly elevated at times, there is a good sense of depth to the image. Edge enhancement is relatively minor, but can be recognized throughout. (Danny Richelieu)
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