Special features include a commentary track with Writer/Director James Gray; the following featurettes Tension: Creating We Own The Night (15 minutes), Police Action: Filming Cops, Cars And Chaos (ten minutes), A Moment In Crime: Creating The Late 80
DVD General Information
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
For strong violence, drug material, language, some sexual content and brief nudity
The anamorphically enhanced 1.84:1 DVD features desaturated colors and a color scheme that is dominated by golds and browns. The source material is very clean, but resolution can be wanting, with many images looking relatively soft. Black levels are adequately deep, but the image can look somewhat hazy, giving the image a somewhat flat look. Shadow delineation is good, though, with details in the darker sections of the image nicely rendered. Pixilation is not overly distracting and edge enhancement is minor enough to not be problematic. (Danny Richelieu)
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