Queen Elizabeth (Blanchette) ruled England through what is referred to as The Golden Age in the mid-16th century. In this tumultuous time, Elizabeth is faced with treason and treachery at almost every turn. The Queen
The anamorphically enhanced 1.84:1 DVD exhibits a hazy image, with elevated black levels and a persistent fogginess that washes out the image. Details are not as nicely resolved as the better releases, with fine textures looking somewhat soft. The color scheme can be dominated by hues of green, brown, and gold, looking somewhat aged. Shadow delineation is poor, with the near-
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