Special features include the featurettes Going Home: Behind The Scenes With Ben Affleck (seven minutes) and Capturing Authenticity: Casting Gone Baby Gone (nine minutes), six deleted/alternate scenes available with commentary by Ben Affleck and Aaron Stockard, feature audio commentary with the writers and director, and up-front previews.
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The anamorphically enhanced 1.82:1 DVD shows good color balance, with bold, bright hues and natural-looking fleshtones. Black levels are relatively solid, but good shadow delineation helps create a more realistically dimensional-looking image. Details are fairly well resolved, but there are many instances when the image can look overly soft. Film grain is fine, but it is pervasive enough to be a slight distraction in flat color fields. Pixel breakup can be somewhat of a distraction at times and edge enhancement, while minor, can be noticed on longer shots. (Danny Richelieu)
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