The anamorphically enhanced 1.83:1 DVD has a harsh appearance that is riddled with heavy noise that can be distracting. Color fidelity has a dated appearance, with a brownish hue to the entire presentation. The imagery generally looks soft and somewhat smeared, and fleshtones have a pallid, washed-out look. Black levels are somewhat milky. Edge enhancement is minor and less of a distraction than the considerable amount of noise. (Danny Richelieu)
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