Andy (Hoffman) is an overextended payroll executive working for a real estate firm, but he believes he has found the solution to his monetary woes. Andy hatches a plan to rob a mom-and-pop jewelry store in suburban New York, enlisting his younger brother Hank (Hawke) to aid him in the crime. The twist is that the store the brothers have targeted to rob belongs to their elderly parents. When the robbery is botched, the patriarch of the family, Charles (Finney), pursues the robbers at all costs, vowing to make them pray they are in heaven an hour Before The Devil Knows You
The anamorphically enhanced 1.82:1 DVD shows a somewhat hazy image, with elevated black levels and a general flattening of the apparent dimensionality. Outdoor contrast can be too hot, with whites looking blown out. Fleshtones generally look natural, although there are times when they can look overly pale. Shadow delineation is somewhat lacking, and while compression artifacts aren
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