Special features include commentary with Director John Boorman, the theatrical trailer, and five featurettes: Deliverance: The Beginning (17 minutes), Deliverance: The Journey (13 minutes), Deliverance: Betraying The River (15 minutes), Deliverance: Delivered (11 minutes), and The Dangerous World Of Deliverance (10 minutes).
Disc is transferred in a windowboxed 2.40:1 aspect ratio.
Four city-dwelling businessmen decide to take a canoe trip down the pristine waters of the Chattooga River for one last look at its splendor before progress alters its course in Deliverance. Despite warnings from locals about the backwoods areas they will encounter on their trip, the quartet paddles on and soon discovers that they
With much of the source element artifacts cleaned up, the anamorphically enhanced 2.38:1 DVD is much improved over the original DVD release. Colors are more natural, and contrast is more naturally rendered. Shadow delineation is adequate, but the entire image looks to have a hazy shroud that can make it look rather flat. Colors are still dated and edge enhancement is noticeable. (Danny Richelieu)
While the Dolby
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